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Tomatillo Plant

Environmental Resource Management

Environmental Resource Management (ERM) is an interdisciplinary science which includes animal science, plant science, soil science, wildlife, forestry, and ecology. Students in ERM enjoy a hands-on learning approach through various labs. Students cultivate produce for culinary use from their two greenhouses, raise and release terrapins, and raise poultry. Students have the opportunity to participate in FFA, an intercurricular leadership program for students.


Certifications and Proficiency Credits

Eligible College Proficiency Credits:


Anne Arundel Community College

  • BIO 107 - Environmental Science (4 credits)

Career Pathways with Industry Credentials

  • Arborist

  • Florist

  • Golf Course Supervisor

  • Land Surveyor

  • Landscaper

  • Natural Resource Officer

  • Park Ranger

Career Pathways with Continued Education & Training

  • Agri-science Teacher

  • Air Quality Program Specialist

  • Environmental Engineer

  • Environmental Lawyer

  • Environmental Compliance Specialist

  • Environmental Education Director

  • Entomologist

  • ERM Consultant

  • Geologist

  • Land and Cultural Resources Director

  • Policy/Regulation Specialist

  • Pollution Control Specialist

  • Soil Conservationist

  • Veterinary Technician

  • Zoologist

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