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Natural Resources and Ecology (NRE)

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Natural Resources and Ecology is a foundation-level course within the CASE program of study. The course provides students a variety of experiences that in the fields of natural resources and ecology.

About This Course

Natural Resources and Ecology is a foundation-level course within the CASE program of study. The course provides students a variety of experiences that in the fields of natural resources and ecology.

Students explore hands-on projects and activities while studying topics such as land use, water quality, stewardship, and environmental agencies. Study of the natural world including biomes, land, air, water, energy, use and care as well as a focus on issues surrounding man's interaction with the Earth is addressed in this course.

Students select an ecosystem to study throughout the course and apply principles of natural resources and ecology from each unit of study to that ecosystem.

Course Content

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The Natural Resources and Ecology areas of study include:

  • Conservation, Preservation, Exploitation
  • Soil, Water, and Air
  • Earth's Energy
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Farming, Forestry, and Ferrous
  • Human Impact

More Information

For more information on this course, explore the links below.

 

Development of the CASE Natural Resources and Ecology course was made possible by contributions from CSX, Mosaic, and The CHS Foundation as a special project of the National FFA Foundation.

 

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