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Forestry/Natural Resources ICL100015

Credits: BUHS 12, Sending Schools 3

Duration: Full Year


This program will introduce students to various forest management practices and skills involved in natural resource careers. This course will focus on proficiencies in several skills that include: dendrology (tree and leaf identification), map and compass use (orienteering), tractor safety and maintenance, basic welding, chainsaw safety and operation, and an introduction to the Vermont Soils and Land Judging Competition. This course will provide students with the proper vocabulary, understanding, technical knowledge, and physical skills necessary for natural resource careers.

Prerequisite:

Forestry/Natural Resources I.


Additional Program Information

Embedded Credits

(on completion of program)

Science

Industry Credential

First-Aid, CPR, AED, GOL-Levels 1-4, Tractor Safety

Dual Enrollment

Student Organization

FFA, SkillsUSA

What's Next/Employment in Field:

Students who successfully complete this program will be prepared for, but are not limited to: Pursuing post secondary education in a science related field, logging, Fish and Game Coordinator, forest ranger, arborist, forester.

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