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Forests and farmlands and vineyards and wetlands and meadows. Oh my.
No other college campus in the nation has so many different types of remarkable natural and agricultural environments right where students live and learn.
It’s all right here, waiting for you to make the most of it.
Learn insect biology up close in our hillside pollinator habitat. Take a Saturday class in beekeeping that can lead to certification as a master beekeeper. Collaborate with local growers on sustainable economic development projects. Explore all the environmental, social, cultural and political issues that drive the global food economy.
It’s a setting with the potential to launch you in any direction you want to go.
Here’s a short list: agriculture and horticulture, site-specific arts, natural resources management and education, bioengineering, historic preservation, policymaking, marketing and tourism, global trade, economic development, social justice.
If the career you have in mind involves sustainability, innovation, entrepreneurship or leadership — and that’s pretty much every career these days — this land is your land.