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Parks and Natural Resources
2-year AAS degree

If you enjoy the outdoors and have a deep concern for preserving and managing our natural resources, take a look at our Parks and Natural Resources program. As a student in this program, you'll learn to maintain and build campgrounds and lake areas; identify and manage fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, and nesting game birds; operate and maintain equipment; manage plant material and land; and maintain park facilities.

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Agricultural Sciences | 22 Washington Hall | 319-398-5609 | agsciences@kirkwood.edu