Do you love science? Like to go outside and get your hands dirty? The natural resources pathway is designed for you! Courses in plant science, wildlife ecology, and water quality management offer each student the opportunity to connect what they have already earned with relevant, hands-on experiential learning activities. Using state-of-the-art equipment, we will test water in the South Platte watershed. You will learn how water is collected, treated, and distributed to homes in the community. You will also follow produce grown at the EPIC Campus from seed to table. Finally, professionals in each area will share their expertise in the classroom and in the field.  

Read one of our Heritage High School student's article on the EPIC Campus Hydroponics Farm!

Check out what this fall's Principles of Plant Science class is up to!

Mike Montgomery
Pathway Lead

Andrew Appell
Adjunct Faculty