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Landscape Management
Turf Installation and Care
The Landscape Management program is designed to help students develop skills needed for entry-level jobs in the local horticulture and landscaping industry.  The wide array of topics includes bee keeping as this aspect is critical for pollination and plant viability.
Bee Keeping Students learn to select and use the tools, materials, and plants needed to provide products and services for customers in:
  - Landscape Businesses
  - Turf Management
  - Garden Centers
  - Retail Flower Shops
  - Golf Courses
  - Greenhouse Businesses
  - Hydroponics
  - Production
  - And More

Customer Relations

Landscape Customer relations is an important part of the training. Students learn these skills by operating a retail business for horticultural products and landscape services. They also landscape the Upper Valley Career Center grounds and work outside the school on landscaping and service projects. In addition, they learn to safely operate and train on a wide variety of landscape machinery and equipment.

Meet the Instructor

Meet the Instructor John Kreitzer
Instructor Level I and
Level II
937.778.1980, ext. 217

Career Opportunities

  Greenhouse Worker
  Garden Center Worker
  Business Owner 

Advanced Employment Opportunities

  Landscape Architect

Earn Professional Certifications

Forklift Operator
Tractor Safety
Skid Steer
Ohio Certified Nursery Technician
ZTR Mower Training
Small Engine Operation

College Agreements

College Agreements
Clark State Community College - 4 Semester Hours 
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Contact Information

8811 Career Drive, Piqua, Ohio 45356
Phone: 937.778.1980 | Fax: 937.778.4677

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