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.
Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
Students are introduced to the variety of opportunities within the field of agriculture.
Greenhouse Plant Production
Students learn about greenhouse operations, plant production and identification, disease prevention, pest management, environmental impact, workplace safety, and equipment care.
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.