Career Programs of Study2011-2012 → Environment, Agricultural, and Natural Resources

Environmental, Agricultural, and Natural Resources

Programs in the Environmental, Agricultural and Natural Resource cluster offer opportunities for students to pursue their interests in the green industry which may include, but are not limited to, fisheries management, wildlife management, soil and waste management, forestry, civil engineering, landscape design, environmental controls, environmental engineering, research and testing, earth sciences, agriculture, aquaculture and horticulture.

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Certified Professional Horticulturalist

This problem-based program is currently offered at the following high schools: Clarksburg, Damascus, Sherwood and Springbrook.  Students in this program are required to use the engineering design process to solve horticulture related problems. For example, during the first unit students are asked to design living wall prototypes to help improve indoor air quality. Problems including this one are presented to students as a Request for Proposal.  Click on image to see students presenting their living wall prototypes.