Richland’s Agribusiness/Horticulture program is designed to prepare students for a career in the horticulture industry that includes sustainable agriculture, greenhouse production, landscape design and construction, lawn and tree maintenance and floral design.
What makes Richland’s Agribusiness/Horticulture Program so special?
Mark your calendars to visit and stock up at Richland Community College’s Saturday Produce Market. Hosted by the Richland Student Farms, the market takes place each Saturday from June 6 to September 26 from 8 a.m. to Noon under the wind turbine in the National Sequestration Education Center's parking lot.
Horticulture – Ornamental Specialty
General description: Ornamental Horticulture is a profession that combines the creativity of design with the knowledge of science and the practical experience of making projects successful.
Students will gain a thorough knowledge and practical experience in landscape design, landscape maintenance, greenhouse production, integrated pest management, tree and shrub
maintenance, mechanics, and landscape construction.