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Horticulture & Small Farm Management - ITS

Program: 10-825-01

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Maximize your Alternative Agriculture Goals

There is a growing societal and market-based demand for sustainably grown, specialty and local small farm produced food, goods and services. Success in ownership or management in horticulture, market gardening, or small farming requires a knowledge of plants, soil, greenhouses, machines, accounting, marketing, and working with people. The Horticulture & Small Farm Management ITS provides a firm grounding in plant production, care, and science, which is complemented by both agricultural production and a farm business management education. Maximize your opportunities to create a successful life as a small, specialty or alternative agriculture farm operator through hands-on learning, applied theory, visiting successful operations, and guided experience.

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Because of the hands-on nature of this training, Term 1 and 2 courses follow a traditional schedule. However, Term 3 and 4 classes provide the flexibility for working adults to complete their associate degree. These courses are available online, with the exception of the internship classes.

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