Students participating in the Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources course will be immersed in hands-on activities, projects, and problem-solving scenarios where science, math, reading, and writing components are woven in the context of agriculture and real-world circumstances. While considering the opportunities available in local agriculture and natural resources disciplines, students learn to solve problems, conduct research, analyze data, work in teams, and take responsibility for their work, actions, and learning. This course is about getting dirty, working outdoors, and making a positive impact on local communities.
Depending on your academic or elective needs, this course can incorporate an advanced science internship opportunity that will be beneficial for multiple purposes in the future.
- Reading materials, TBD, will be conducted in a student book club format.
$78 per month (8 payments - September-April; classes run late August through early May)
- Registration Fee
$100 for the school year due at registration, non-refundable.