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Are you interested in protecting the environment? Do you enjoy working with animals? 

Agriculture, food, and natural resources workers produce agricultural goods. This includes food, plants, animals, fabrics, wood, and crops. You could work in a clinic or laboratory as a scientist or engineer. You might also work on a farm, ranch, dairy, orchard, greenhouse, or plant nursery. You could work in a clinic or laboratory as a scientist or engineer.

Students listing to the heartbeat of a test subject (dog) in an AG class.

Agriculture is an exciting career field as it continues to move in a high tech direction. The agriculture pathway gives students a strong foundation in plant, animal, and environmental science. Students can pursue such career fields as solar and wind energy, animal husbandry, or horticulture.

Courses Offered:

Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources

Students are introduced to the variety of opportunities within the field of agriculture.

Plant Science

A foundational course where students explore the form and function of the plant system.

Animal Science 

A foundational course where students engage in activities that surround animal agriculture.

Animal and Plant Biotechnology

Students specialize in the use of biotechnology as it relates to plant and animal agriculture.

Veterinary Studies I

This course introduces students to the veterinary field through hands-on laboratory work, student centered research, and job shadow opportunities. 

Veterinary Studies II

This course is designed to prepare students for an entry-level position in a veterinary hospital or clinic and to take the certification exam for veterinary assistants.