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Natural Science and Mathematics
Natural Resources Department
Natural Resources Courses
Intro to Natural Resources
Field Inventory/Sampling Techn
Natural Resource Leadership
Agri. Ecosytem Mgmt.
Wildland Plant Identification
Pesticide Appl. Safety Cert.
Wilderness Nav. Saf. Cert.
Natural Resource Internship
Students who complete an emphasis in Natural Resources at Snow College will:
Be able to write coherent reports and documents
Be able to explain the history and policies associated with land use
Be able to be an advocate for multiple and sustainable use of our natural resources
Be able to evaluate range resource health through proper monitoring techniques
Be able to demonstrate accurate monitoring procedures
Be able to apply economic management principles to natural resource use
Be able to assess present conditions and determine the action needed to obtain desired result based on a critical analysis of situations
Understand how natural resources provide our food, fiber, standard of living, and recreation
Understand how resources are interconnected and that management of some resources without consideration of other resources can lead to unexpected results.
Learn to work effectively both individually and with others through class projects and through internship experiences
Be able to communicate in electronic, verbal, and written formats
Demonstrate competency in utilizing geospatial technologies (Global Positioning System – GPS, Geographic Information Systems – GIS, and remote sensing)
Demonstrate the ability to reason scientifically