Sustainable Agriculture Info Session

What Exactly is Sustainable Agriculture? 

Register below to attend a Free information session

Exciting new careers in sustainable agriculture begin here, with fall courses open for registration now!

LCCC offers an AAS Degree and One Year Certificate in Sustainable Agriculture, as well as a Short-Term Certificate in Specialty Crops.

The food and farm economy is rapidly changing, with consumers everywhere demanding access to healthy, local, and sustainably produced food and farm products. Come learn about the new career opportunities that await you within our emerging local food economy.

Fall courses include:

  • Intro to Sustainable Agriculture
  • Fall Crop Production
  • Intro to Interior Landscaping
  • Soil Management and Conservation
  • Worldviews in Sustainable Agriculture
  • Food Systems, Society & Global Health

Whatever your interest or level of experience, LCCC's Sustainable Agriculture Program has an option to fit your needs!

Thursday, July 21, 2016
6 p.m.
LCCC College Center Commons

  • Meet the program instructors
  • Learn about new courses and certifications in the program
  • Get an overview of how Sustainable Agriculture crosses other academic disciplines.

Please complete the form below to register:


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