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Walla Walla Community College

Study Agriculture and Natural Resources

When you enter the Agriculture and Natural Resources Pathway at WWCC, you’ll learn how to apply science knowledge, best practices, and technical skills to support agribusiness, agricultural production, and water and natural resource management.

Student tending to vines in vineyard.

Industry Outlook: Agriculture and Natural Resources

Jobs in the agriculture and natural resources industry continue to be in demand as population grows and technology advances. By working in this field, you can contribute to the improvements of food security, sustainability, renewable energy, and rural community development, both globally and regionally.

Popular Agriculture and Natural Resource Careers

Studying agriculture and natural resources prepares you for in-demand jobs.

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Photo showing a small herd of young Angus (black), Friesian (black and white), Guernsey (brown and white) and Jersey (brown) in a particularly lush green field, following a few weeks of heavy rain. At the bottom of the hill, the ground has become a little marshy, and the cattle seem to find this extremely long grass the tastiest.

Creating a Stronger Workforce

The Agriculture & Natural Resource Center of Excellence (ANR), located at Walla Walla Community College, is one of only 11 Centers of Excellence in Washington State. It links business, industry, labor, government, and education to create a highly skilled, readily available workforce critical to the success of the state’s economy. ANR works closely with colleges like WWCC.