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Agriculture

Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources

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.

Some agriculture, food, and natural resources workers market, sell, or finance agricultural goods. For example, you might market products made from plants and animals. Or, you might sell services that farmers and ranchers use to improve products. You could also work to conserve natural resources or protect the environment.
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Agriculture Classes:

  • CASE: Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
  • CASE: Principles of Agriculture Science – Plant
  • CASE: Principles of Agriculture Science – Animal
  • CASE: Animal and Plant Biotechnology
  • CASE: Food Science and Safety
  • CASE: Agricultural Business, Research and Development – Capstone
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