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Environmental + Natural Resources

Environmental + Natural Resources
According to government statistics, the agriculture industry is a $42 billion business in the State of South Carolina.  With more than 25,200 farms spread across 4.9 acres of land, farming and farm suppliers are an economic powerhouse. The Environmental and Natural Resources program at DCCTC focuses on obtaining the skills required for a job in agriculture, natural resources and wildlife. Students explore plant and soil science, wildlife management, land management and the identification of regional flora and fauna.

The class also hosts a chapter of Future Farmers of America (FFA) allowing students to compete in a variety of statewide agricultural competitions, attend the state fair and join the DCCTC student fishing and sporting clays teams.

Career Fields Include:
Conservation Land Managers, Range Managers, Soil and Water Conservationists, Forester, Department of Natural Resources Officer

Environmental + Natural Resources I

Credits:  2
Prerequisite:  None
Site:  DCCTC Main Campus

Environmental + Natural Resources I

Credits:  2
Prerequisite: Environmental and Natural Resources Level 1
Site:  DCCTC Main Campus

Environmental + Natural Resources I

Credits:  1
Prerequisite: Student must have completed a program in Environmental and Natural Resources as well as have a satisfactory instructor recommendation.  Students who have completed the Environmental and Natural Resources program at DCCTC and desire work experience in a related field can choose to further enhance their skills by enrolling in a work based learning course. Students will learn daily duties and participate in in-house training and events. Students must provide their own transportation to work sites.
Site:  DCCTC Main Campus

TAUGHT BY

Callie Sluder

“I enjoy working with young people because I get to pass on my knowledge to help them become successful.”

Mr. Perry began teaching at DCCTC in 2013 and has worked in the fields of mechanics and machining for more than 20 years. He holds numerous certifications with extensive experience working in machine shops.  He is a certified welder, auto body technician, and painter.

Callie Sluder

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