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How to Become a Natural Resources Law Enforcement Officer in Ohio

by Tim Brunicardi

Employees in the Natural Resources (NR) Law Enforcement field are entrusted with the duty of defending some of the most scenic locations on Earth from threats such as poachers and anyone breaking environmental protection laws.

How the Growth in Fish Farming is Leading to Healthier Eating Habits

by Tim Brunicardi

According to a Feed4Thought survey, over the past five years, 44% of American and British consumers have been choosing fish over poultry, beef, and pork when it comes to their eating habits. As a result, the fish farming industry is growing and becoming more in demand.

Take a Trip Back in Time This Weekend at Robbins Crossing

by Tim Brunicardi

Tomorrow (October 20) and Sunday (October 21) Robbins Crossing will be hosting to a Victorian-inspired funeral, as well as their 2nd Annual Fall Harvest HootenannyBoth activities are being presented by students from Hocking College’s Natural & Historical Interpretation program.

13 Jobs You Can Get in Wildlife Conservation

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you interested in wild birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and the places where they live and interact? If this sounds like you then perhaps you should check out Hocking College’s Wildlife Resources Management programIn only four semesters you could earn your Associate of Applied Science Wildlife Resources Management.

School of Natural Resources Host First-Ever Alumni Hall of Fame Ceremony

by Tim Brunicardi

Five Hocking College alumni became the first inductees into Hocking College's School of Natural Resources Alumni Hall of Fame, which took place on Saturday, September 29.

Imagine a Day Without Water Campaign Kicks Off October 10

by Tim Brunicardi

Have you ever considered what it would be like to wake up one morning and discover that you had no water to brush your teeth, take a shower, or even make a pot of coffee?

Hocking College & Tri-County Partner to Cultivate New Garden Project

by Tim Brunicardi

Community Food Initiatives, which is a recent partnership between Hocking College’s Agroecology program and Tri-County Career Center’s (TCC) Culinary Arts program, will be supplying local non-profits and food banks with fresh, home-grown vegetables.

9 Creepy Victorian Death Traditions

by Jason Szostek

At Robbins Crossing Historic Village, students get an in-depth look at mid-Victorian life, which includes an intimate look at funerary traditions in the month of October. Read on to discover some of the unusual and dangerous traditions that were popular in the time period our students learn about and interpret for visitors at Robbins Crossing.

Interested in Majoring in Natural or Environmental Science? Then This Scholarship May Be For You.

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you or someone you know reside in Geauga County, Ohio? Does that someone have an interest in going to school for natural or environmental science? If so, they should apply for the second annual Protect Geauga Parks Bob McCullough Memorial Conservation Scholarship.

GeoEnvironmental Students Attend Ohio Geological Survey Open House

by Tim Brunicardi

On Saturday, September 8 students from Hocking College’s GeoEnvironmental Science program attended the Ohio Geological Survey Open House at Horace Collins Lab near Delaware, OH. Founded in 1837, the Ohio Geological Survey's mission is to "provide geologic information and services needed for responsible management of Ohio's natural resources."

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