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Forestry Management Systems Course 1 – Basic Agriculture Science Course 2 – Forest Science This course provides entry-level skills for employment in the forest industry and for further study. The course covers establishing forests by natural and artificial means, maintaining and surveying forests, identifying and protecting trees, practicing silviculture, measuring trees and land, mapping, preparing for timber sales and harvest, employing multipleuse resource management, keeping records, and figuring taxes. Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised agricultural experiences and leadership programs and activities.

Course 3 – Forestry Science II This laboratory course provides students with entry-level skills for employment in the forest industry; including instruction in establishment of the forest by natural and artificial means, forest maintenance and surveillance, tree identification, protection, silviculture, tree and land measurement, mapping, preparation for timber sales and harvest, multiple use resource management, record keeping, and taxation.

Agriculture Mechanics/ Metal Course 1 – Basic Agriculture Science Course 2 – Agricultural Mechanics Technology I This laboratory course is designed to provide students with introductory level experiences in selected major areas of agricultural mechanics technology which may include wood working, agricultural structures, electrical wiring, electric arc welding, oxy/fuel cutting and welding processes, and power equipment operation and maintenance. Learning activities include information, skill development and problem solving. Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through FFA supervised agricultural experiences, leadership programs and activities.

Course 3 – Agricultural Metals Fabrication This course is designed to provide students with a more in-depth study of agricultural metal fabrication. Students interested in agricultural mechanics will have the opportunity to explore the many career possibilities in the field of agricultural metal fabrication. Additionally, hands-on-laboratory activities enhance the classroom learning experience and provide students with the skills needed to participate in Supervised Agricultural Experience Programs and FFA Career Development Events.

Forestry/Wildlife Systems Course 1 – Basic Agriculture Science Course 2 – Forest Science This course provides entry-level skills for employment in the forest industry and for further study. The course covers establishing forests by natural and artificial means, maintaining and surveying forests, identifying and protecting trees, practicing silviculture, measuring trees and land, mapping, preparing for timber sales and harvest, employing multipleuse resource management, keeping records, and figuring taxes. Classroom and laboratory activities are supplemented through supervised agricultural experiences and leadership programs and activities.

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2018-2019 Lowndes High School Advisement Guide  
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