Join the Organic Revolution!
Enrollment now open for Fall 2010
- Organic farming practices
- Water management
- Science and care of plants
- Hands-on practicum in small farm production
- Organic methods Beekeeping
Organic agriculture is one of the fastest growing segments of U.S. agriculture. Its earth-friendly, resource-gentle approach to providing food and fiber attracts a generation who worries that the overuse of synthetics and agribusiness techniques deplete the earth’s health and resources out of the world. The sustainable farming movement uses fewer nonrenewable resources and in that way nurtures not only our bodies, but our earth.
Learn the techniques and science behind the movement with the new Organic Agriculture Technician certificate at Bristol Community College. The certificate is designed to prepare people to use ecological production techniques that minimize pollution and create a healthier, tastier product. As the demand for organic product grows, graduates will have a variety of career options in growing, processing, and marketing an ever-widening array of organic food and fiber products.
The program leads to a 29-credit certificate.
For more information
Get a brochure
Call the Admissions office, 508.678.2811, ext. 2590.
Or contact Dr. James Corven, Professor of Biology, Program coordinator, ext. 3047,
Full-time & Part-time students welcome.