Ecology Maymester/Through Session Organic Agriculture Courses
For students who would like to have a summer experience of planting, managing, and harvesting their own organic garden, as well as hands-on experience with agroforestry, farm animals and fruit trees, the Agroecology laboratory of the Odum School of Ecology is offering 7 hours credit for Ecology 3700 and 3710-3710L (Organic Agriculture and the Ethics of Sustainability/ Organic Agriculture Practicum).
NOTE: In 2012, the course will be offered as ECOL 3710-3710L for 4 hours credit during fall semester instead of Maymester/Summer Through Session. The course takes place at Spring Valley Ecofarms, a 100 acre farm located just 4.5 miles from campus.
Open to all undergraduates. Students must register for both courses. No prerequisites required except willingness to work outdoors.