Natural Resources

The Ag Natural Resource course will provide the student with industry facts and career opportunities.  This course is intended to successfully prepare those students who plan on majoring in agricultural sciences at a four-year college and/or university and/or go into the workforce.  Students are prepared for careers in soil, water management, forestry, fish & wildlife management, outdoor recreation, and energy, mineral, & metal resources.  Topics include energy cycles, air & water conservation, soil science, fish & wildlife management, outdoor recreation, marketing industry, plant physiology, anatomy, taxonomy, fire, forest management practices, and mapping.  Students will walk away from this course with a Fire Science Certificate from the United States Forest Service.  They earn a Basic 32 Fire Certificate which allows students to apply for an entry-level wildland firefighter job.  They also earn two online course certificates from FEMA, Courses 100 and 700.  They may also walk away with an iCEV Ducks Unlimited Waterfowl Management Certification.  FFA participation is encouraged and SAEP (Supervised Agricultural Experience Project) is recommended for all students.  FFA is an intracurricular activity.

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