STANDARDS-ALIGNED COURSE

Range Ecology & Management

ABOUT THE COURSE

The Range Ecology & Management course is designed to develop students' understanding of rangeland ecosystems and sustainable forage production. This course prepares those interested in a career in environmental and natural resource systems. The course discusses Wildlife Management, Environmental Service Systems, Range Judging and much more.

SAMPLE LESSON | Rangeland Watersheds

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.

COURSE LESSONS

  • Ecological Principles            
  • Fundamental Plant Processes        
  • Rangeland Watersheds       
  • Range Judging: Ecological Site Evaluation
  • Range Judging: Plant Identification           
  • Dealing with Drought: Managing Grazing to Benefit Wildlife     
  • Wildlife Management          
  • Wildlife & Habitat Management in Arid Lands
  • The World of Agriculture    
  • Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources   
  • Exploring Careers: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources         
  • Natural Resources Systems
  • Environmental Service Systems     
  • Formulas for Career Success: Career
    Testing & Investigation    
  • Internships 101: The Importance of Internships
  • Employability Skills  
  • Workplace Issues     
  • First Aid Basics         
  • Citizenship Basics     
  • Blue & Gold Basics: SAE Programs
  • Introduction to Record Keeping     
  • Blue & Gold Basics: What is FFA?    
  • Blue & Gold Basics: FFA Officers & Meetings
  • Blue & Gold Basics: Career Development Events