Landscape Architecture

 Location: JATC-South
12723 South Park Avenue
Riverton, UT 84065
Instructor: Margaret Ward
Program Description:
Throughout this course, students will develop knowledge and skills in drafting, site analysis, design principles, plant selection, and care, as well as landscape maintenance, safety, and sustainability. Students will participate in discussions, research, case studies, design charrettes, installation and maintenance projects, and field trips. Students will also learn about and participate in maintaining facilities and equipment associated with the landscape industry.
Class Fee: $30
FFA Fee: $20
FFA is an integral part of any agricultural program. Every student who is not currently a member of FFA at their home high school will be registered as a member of the JATC South FFA Chapter. Each student will be required to participate in at least one (1) FFA event during the school year. These range from competitions, leadership conferences, and state conventions (most of these are held in the spring). More details of competitions and activities will be discussed as the time gets closer. 
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SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience):
Similarly to FFA an SAE project is integral to a student’s experience in any agriculture class. This is the experiential learning aspect of the class. Each student will develop a project within one of the five immersion categories. They will keep a record book of their time and any money spent or earned throughout their project. 
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