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5 Things Employers in the Equine Industry Look for in Employees

by Tim Brunicardi

If you love working with horses then perhaps it’s time for you to consider turning your passion into a sustainable and rewarding career in the equine industry.

How to Become an Environmental Engineering Technician

by Tim Brunicardi

What Do Environmental Engineering Technicians Do?

An environmental engineering technician's job duties include carrying out plans that environmental engineers develop. In addition, they test, operate, and modify (if necessary) equipment used to prevent and/or clean up any environmental pollution. They also collect samples for testing, as well as work to mitigate sources of environmental pollution.

12 Apps Water & Wastewater Management Professionals Should Have

by Tim Brunicardi

Nowadays, there's almost an app for everything, including apps within the Water and Wastewater Management field. An app, which is software designed to perform specific tasks on a desktop computer or mobile device, can be downloaded for free or for a small fee.

5 Puppy Training Tips for National Train Your Dog Month

by Tim Brunicardi

Training a puppy requires a great deal of patience and consistency. 

Because January is National Train Your Dog Month, we thought this would be a perfect opportunity to share some of the puppy training tips that students in the Animal Assisted Therapy program are learning every day in their classes.

But first, what's the big deal? Why even bother training your puppy?

Hocking College's GeoEnvironmental Science Program Offers Solid Job Prospects

by Tim Brunicardi

In this day and age, geoenvironmental scientists are essentially pollution detectives. Their job is to locate and track the spread of any contaminants that could potentially threaten the safety of drinking water supplies, as well as to discover the nature and source of the contamination. Some of their other duties include:

8 Things a Natural Resources Law Enforcement Officer Does

by Tim Brunicardi

Are you interested in becoming a Natural Resources (NR) Law Enforcement Officer, but are a little unsure of what all they do? If so, below are some examples in which an on-duty NR Law Enforcement professional could find themselves doing on a daily basis.

Holiday Foods & Plants That Are Toxic to Your Pets

by Tim Brunicardi

One of the benefits of being a pet owner is including your fur babies in your holiday festivities. However, there is one aspect of the holidays that your pets should not be involved in, holiday meals.

Unique Gifts to Get For A Natural Resources Student Under $30

by Tim Brunicardi

Not sure what to get the student in your life who is studying one of our programs? Don't worry -- we've got you covered.

In this blog we will review gift ideas for those in the Natural Resources department.

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.

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