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Natural Resources and Aquaculture is located at Pocatello High School.
    Courses are open to all School District No. 25 students.
Courses are offered based on demand, teacher availability and certification.
These courses may not be NCAA Eligibility Center approved. See high school counselor for clarification.

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Ecology and Natural Resources Instructor

Eric Pankau

Pocatello High School
CTS

Ecology and Natural Resources Management Pathway

Agriculture Ecology and Natural Resources Management Pathway

Ecology and Natural Resource Management Courses

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40026 Introduction of Natural Resources – 1 Trimester – PHS 9 10 11
This course will provide the foundation for courses in the Natural Resources pathway, including Natural Resources, Fish and Wildlife, Range Science, Environmental Science, and Forestry Science. Students will understand principles of ecology and natural resources, the relationship between natural resources and ecosystem services, and the role ecosystem services play in various aspects of agricultural production. This course is available for science credit.
 

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40223 Range Science – 1 Trimester – PHS 9 10 11 12
Prerequisite: Introduction to Natural Resources
Co-requisite: Forestry Science
This course is an introduction to principles of range management, including history, regions, and physiological and ecological applications and planning. It will also include livestock nutrition in Western grazing systems and range animal and multiple-use management. This course is available for science credit.
 

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38891 Environmental Science Technology Applications – 1 Trimester – 2 hr block – PHS 11 12
Prerequisite:  Range Science and Fish/Wildlife Science
This course introduces students to the multitude of environmental technologies used in real world applications including drone use, GPS, geospatial analysis, renewable energy production, agriculture systems, and environmental health/safety. Occupational health focuses include hazardous material conditions, which exist in the nation’s waterways, soil, and air. This is a hands on project based class, with labs designed for learning and teamwork. AG 0528 State Code: 185052
 

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40224 Forestry Science – 1 Trimester – PHS 11 12
Prerequisite: Introduction to Natural Resources
Co-requisite: Range Science
This course is an introduction to forestry, current management issues, and timber and non-timber resources, educational and professional opportunities. This course is designed to introduce students to the biological, environmental and ecological concepts encountered in a temporal forest environment. This course is available for science credit.
 

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40206 Zoology: Fish and Wildlife Science – 1 Trimester – PHS 9 10 11 12
Co-requisite: Forestry and Wildlife Management
This course is designed to examine the importance of fish and wildlife science, outdoor recreation, and natural resources. The focus will be on the anatomy of plants and animals native to Idaho and the impact of the introduction of species that are not native to Idaho. AG 0536 students registering for agricultural science and technology courses are encouraged to join FFA. This course is available for science credit.
 

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40226 * Ecology: Natural Resources – 1 Trimester – PHS 11 12
Prerequisite: Forestry and Wildlife Management, Fish and Wildlife Science, Range Science, Forestry Science
This capstone course is designed to teach the concepts of conservation, natural resources, ecology, and fish/wildlife science. Students develop the knowledge, skills, tactics and procedures needed to research and manage natural resources Additional focus is place on outdoor recreation with an emphasis on the ethical use of natural resources. This course is available for science credit.
 

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40091 Agricultural Career Experience – HHS 12

Prerequisite:  Agricultural Capstone Course

Students will complete a work experience at a local or approved agricultural service provider.  The experience must be monitored by the work place coordinator.  AG 9800