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AG102 Agroecology II 5 credits

The second course in the Agroecology series, introducing the strategies and examining the principles of agroecology. The topics include the regulatory agencies and regulations, ethics and responsibilities, appropriate tools and technologies, and best practices. We will look at applied practices such as agroforestry systems, rotational grazing, and orchard maintenance. The lab section will be working in the instructional garden and on field trips. Students will be getting hands on winter season crop, farm, and land maintenance skills.

This course may be taken 1 time for credit.