Natural Resources and Wildlife Conservation – 9021

This course will provide students with a variety of experiences in the fields of natural resources and ecology, including land use, water quality, stewardship, flora and fauna and environmental agencies. Students will select an ecosystem to study throughout the course and apply the principles of natural resources and ecology from each unit of study to that ecosystem. Ecosystem study will include biomes, land, air, water, energy and the use and care with a focus on human interaction with Earth. Participation in FFA will provide additional opportunities.

Grades and Credits

Grades: 10, 11, 12 — Credits: 1      Type: Practical Art

Related Courses

Any agriculture course

Prerequisites

None