The Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources cluster involves improving the quality and safety of food, cultivating and preserving our natural resources, and caring for animals. Agriculture is more than just farming.
This pathway is divided into 7 areas of study:
Environmental Service Systems
Food Products, and Processing Systems
Natural Resources Systems
Power, Structural & Technical Systems
The emphasis for our program is animal and plant biotechnology integrated with agricultural marketing and economics. Students are involved in classroom and laboratory activities in each of the pathways.
Ask your counselor about Agriculture!