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The Water Technologies and Management program offers several degree tracks for students which include Natural Resources Technology and Management, Irrigation Technology and Watershed Ecology. Certificate, Associate in Applied Arts & Sciences Degrees (AAAS), and transfer options are available.
Natural Resources Technology & Management provides practical learning experience in the natural resource, agriculture, and the turf industries. Natural resource technicians are skilled in planning, developing, managing, and evaluating programs designed to protect and regulate natural habitats and resources. Technicians will have the skills necessary to analyze soil, plant, and water relationships, as well as understand water relationships to environmental, economic, and social impacts to communities. Graduates of the Natural Resource Technology & Management program are highly recruited to work in soil and water conservation, water right related work, as well as design, sell, install, operate, maintain, manage, and/or service turf, landscape, and agricultural irrigation systems. The Natural Resources Technology & Management degree prepares graduates for highly skilled entry-level positions within the industry and/or transferability to Washington State University.
Students in the program have the unique opportunity to participate in a paid work experience as part of the program. Some courses are can be taken online.
The Natural Resource Technology & Management curriculum is reviewed annually by an advisory board composed of local and regional industry members.
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Walla Walla Campus
500 Tausick Way
Walla Walla, WA 99362
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The mission of the Water Technologies and Management Program is the education of students in the newest technologies to provide conservation of water, energy and natural resources, and to provide the industries with highly trained, fully employable, skilled technicians.
- Provide the natural resource and irrigation industries with highly trained, fully employable, skilled technicians.
- Develop relationships and/or partnerships with existing natural resource and irrigation organizations and agencies to provide continuing education opportunities for industry practitioners.
- Provide industry work experience during the educational process, giving students exposure to the actual application of natural resource protection and recovery methods and irrigation principles and practices.
- Provide campus labs, classrooms, equipment and general facilities utilizing cutting edge technologies and practices.
- Provide highly trained instructors who have significant field experiences as successful practitioners in this industry.
Students may earn an Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences Degree (AAAS) in Natural Resources Technology upon completion of the two-year program of study. The Natural Resource Technology & Management degree prepares graduates for highly skilled entry-level positions within the industry and/or transferability to Washington State University.