Natural Resources Conservation (Grades 11 and 12 Students) is a is a two or three period block designed to prepare students to work in or to pursue further education in the fields of forestry, wildlife, aquatics and soils conservation. (4 College Credits)
This course is an overview of basic scientific principles and human activities affecting ecological health of the natural environment and the quality of human life. The course will include outdoor fieldwork and field trips involving biomonitoring of stream health, fisheries management, forestry, soil testing and judging, maple syrup production and participation in the Envirothon and activities. Students will receive enrichment in the area of either animal sciences or aquaculture.
This course is held at PIRCTC in room 304.