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Game Warden

Garden Center Manager


Geneticists
Geographic Information Systems
Specialist
Golf Course Superintendent
Greenhouse Manager
Greenskeeper
Grounds Manager
Horse Trainer
Horticultural Scientist
Hunting and Fishing Guide
Hydrologist
Ichthyologist
Interior landscape Specialists
Irrigation Specialists
Laboratory Animal Manager
Laboratory Technician
Land Use Specialist
Landscape Architect
Landscape Contractor
Lawn Care Specialist
Limnologist
Livestock Broker
Loan Officer
Logging Specialist
Lumber Sales
Marine Biologist
Meat Processor
Meat Scientist
Meteorological Analyst
Microbiologist
Nematologist
Nursery Manager
Nursery Worker
Nutritionist
Organic Farmer
Ornithologist
Parasitologist
Park Ranger
Pet Care Worker
Pharmacologist

Agribusiness Manager
Agricultural Accountant
Agricultural Aviator
Agricultural Biotechnologist
Agricultural Economist
Agricultural Education Teacher
Agricultural Engineer
Agricultural Inspector
Agricultural Insurance Agent
Agricultural Journalist
Agricultural Lawyer
Agricultural Photographer
Agricultural Sales Representative
Agricultural Statistician
Agritourism Manager
Agronomist
Alternate Animal Producer
Animal Behaviorist
Animal Nutritionist
Animal Pathologist
Animal Scientist
Animal Trainer
Arborist
Artificial Inseminator
Association Representative
Auctioneer
Avian Veterinarian
Beef Producer
Beekeeper
Biochemist
Biological Engineer
Biological Scientist
Biological Technician
Bioterrorism Specialist

Botanist
Chemical Dealer
Chemical Sales Representative
Christmas Tree Farmer
Climatologist
Commercial Fisherman
Commodities Broker
Commodity Inspector
Consulting Forester
Cooperative Extension Agent
Crop Consultant
Crop Producer
Custom Spray Operator
Dairy Producer
Ecologist
Electrician
Entomologist
Environmental Engineer
Environmental Scientist
Epidemiologist
Equipment Dealer
Equipment Manufacturer
Equipment Mechanic
Extension Specialist
Farm Appraiser
Farm Manager
Farm Supply Store Operator
Farrier
Fencing Contractor
Fertilizer Sales Representative
Fish Farmer
Fish Hatchery Manager
Fisheries Scientist
Floral Designer
Florist

Food Processor
Food Scientist
Forest Ranger
Forester
Fruit and Nut Producer
Game Animal Farmer

Pick-Your-Own Producer
Plant Pathologist
Poultry Field Service
Technician
Poultry Processor
Poultry Producer
Poultry Scientist
Produce Dealer
Reproductive Physiologist
Research Forester
Scientific Illustrator
Small Animal Breeder
Soil Conservationist
Soil Scientist
Surveyor
Swine Producer
Tax Consultant
Technical Sales
Representative
Technical Writer
Timber Procurement
Forester
Toxicologist
Tree Surgeon
Turf Grower
Turf Manager
Turf Scientist
Vegetable Farmer
Veterinarian
Veterinary Assistant
Veterinary Technician
Viticulturist
Waste Management
Specialist
Water Specialist
Welder
Wildlife Biologist
Zoo Keeper
Zoologist

Careers in Environmental and


Agricultural Systems
The Environmental and Agricultural Systems
Career Field consists of seven career
pathways. These pathways include:
Agribusiness Systems
Animal Systems
Environmental Service Systems
Food Products and Processing Systems
Natural Resources Systems
Plant Systems
Power, Structural and Technical Systems

Agriculture, Food and


Natural Resources Career
Cluster
This diverse career cluster prepares learners
for careers in the planning, implementation,
production, management, processing and/or
marketing of agricultural commodities and
services, including food, fiber, wood
products, natural resources, horticulture and
other plant and animal products. It also
includes related professional, technical and
educational services.

Agribusiness Systems
Workers use technology to coordinate all activities
that contribute to production, processing, marketing,
distribution, financing and development of
agricultural commodities.

Agribusiness Systems
Sample occupations
International Agri-Marketing Specialist
Agricultural Loan Officer
Agricultural Commodity Broker
Farm/Ranch Manager
Livestock Buyer/Seller
Feed/Farm Supply Store Manager
Agricultural Products Buyer
Agricultural Salesperson

Animal Systems
Workers study genetics, nutrition, reproduction,
growth and development of food animals and
companion animals. They inspect and grade
food animals, food products, purchase food
animals or work in sales or marketing.

Animal Systems
Sample occupations
Animal Geneticist
Aquaculturalist
Animal Nutritionist
Animal Scientist
Livestock Buyer/Seller
Embryo Technologist
Veterinarian
Feed Sales Representative
Artificial Insemination Technician

Environmental Service
Systems
Workers are involved in pollution control, recycling,
waste disposal and public health.
They control hazardous waste management
studies, analysis and research environmental
projects.

Environmental Service
Systems
Sample occupations
Pollution Prevention and Control Manager
Environmental Sampling Technician
Health and Safety Sanitarian
Hazardous Materials Handler
Water Environment Manager
Toxicologist
Solid Waste Disposer/Recycler
Environmental Compliance Assurance Manager
Water Quality Manager

Food Products and


Processing Systems
Workers discover new food sources and analyze
and develop ways to process, preserve, package
or store food. They create new food products
and inspect food processing to ensure
sanitation, safety, quality and waste
management standards are met.

Food Products and


Processing Systems
Sample occupations
Food Scientist
Bacteriologist
Food and Drug Inspector
Toxicologist
Biochemist
Food and Fiber Engineer
Produce Buyer
Meat Processor

Natural Resources
Systems
Workers help to develop, maintain and manage the
forest and natural environment. Conservation
scientists and foresters manage, develop and help
protect these natural resources.

Natural Resource Systems


Sample Occupations
Wildlife Manager
Water Monitoring Technician
Park Manager
Fish and Game Officer
Forestry
Fisheries Manager
Mining Engineer

Plant Systems
Workers develop ways to improve the nutritional
value of crops and quality of seeds. They use
genetic engineering to develop pest and drought
resistant crops, helping the producer while
conserving natural resources and maintaining
the environment.

Plant Systems
Sample Occupations
Plant Breeder and Geneticist
Soil and Water Specialist
Certified Crop Advisor
Botanist
Tree Surgeon
Golf Course Superintendent
Education and Extension Specialist
Greenhouse Manager
Forest Geneticist

Power, Structural and


Technical Systems
Workers apply knowledge of engineering,
hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics, power,
structure and controls to the field of
agriculture. They develop conservation of soil
and water to improve the processing of
agricultural products.

Power, Structural and


Technical Systems
Sample Occupations
Remote Sensing Specialist
Global Positioning Systems Technician
Agricultural Engineer
Equipment Parts Manager
Machinist
Communication Technician
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