Horticulture at Clackamas Community College

Love the idea of working outside in a growing, hands-on field? If you are looking for a career that combines art and science, as well as a balance between physical and intellectual work, CCC offers four areas of plant study that can get you out of the office and in contact with nature. CCC's horticulture department includes arboriculture, horticulture, landscape and organic farming programs.

For additional information, please contact Loretta Mills at 503-594-3292 or lorettam@clackamas.edu.

Fall 2023 Horticulture Classes and Workshops

Horticulture Programs

A.A.S. Associates of Applied Science degrees (Two years)

C.C. Certificates of Completion (One year or less)

Workshops and Events

The Horticulture department offers workshops for the community and industry. We offer classes in general gardening interests, continuing education credits for license holders with the Landscape Contractors Board, Oregon Department of Agriculture, and Irrigation Association, as well as pesticides training in English and Spanish. Have an idea for a workshop we should offer? Let us know! Check out our current workshops and follow us on Eventbrite.

Instalación y Mantenimiento del Sistema de Riego Paisajístico en Español

Aug 14, 2023, 00:00 AM
Start date : Nov 3, 2023, 00:00 AM
End date : Nov 4, 2023, 00:00 AM

Viernes 3 de noviembre, 8 a.m.-noon, y sábado 4 de noviembre, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. | Tarifa: $80 | Registro
Aprenda los conceptos básicos de la instalación y el mantenimiento de sistemas hidráulicos y de riego. Esta sesión de aprendizaje de dos días cubre una visión general de los componentes del sistema de riego y cómo funcionan. Este taller incluye apoyo matemático suplementario para los conceptos y ecuaciones que se tratan en clase. 8 CEH de la Junta de Contratistas de Paisajismo.

Horticulture Newsletter

Explore Natural Resources!

Learn to protect, maintain and manage the environment in a Natural Resources program at Clackamas Community College. Our hands-on courses will give the skills needed to start a successful career in fields like geographic information systems, horticulture, wildland fire management, water and environmental technology.


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