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The Environmental Horticulture program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology provides high quality instruction and hands-on learning experiences in the field of horticulture. Students complete the program ready to compete for jobs in the Seattle area and beyond. This includes working in landscape maintenance, landscape design, greenhouse growing, retail and wholesale nurseries and more. Students will have a broad base of knowledge and practical experiences as they learn what it takes to be an industry leader, use critical thinking skills and understand sustainable horticultural practices.
Students at LWTech can earn an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, a certificate of completion in Environmental Horticulture - Midpoint, a certificate of proficiency in Environmental Horticulture, and a certificate in Growing. Core horticulture classes for either degree can be completed in four quarters. This
is a cohort program by design, which allows students to follow the same classmates
and instructor together until graduation. The cohort program provides a unique opportunity
for students at LWTech to build a tight-knit network of like-minded professional horticulturists.
The Environmental Horticulture program meets four days a week, six hours a day on
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
In just eight months gain the skills you need to grow plants in a busy greenhouse environment. Learn about plant propagation, pest management,
lighting, fertilization, and plant and soil science. Learn in a hands-on, real-world
setting about the production and care of plants in two large professional greenhouses.
To find out more contact Chris Smith.
The Environmental Horticulture Department at Lake Washington Institute of Technology is excited to offer a new Certificate of Completion in Sustainable Landscape Technologies. This certificate includes the following one credit courses for 2019—2020:
Potential students can work towards the certificate, or can register for individual courses of interest. There are no prerequisites, so a student can begin taking courses during fall, winter or spring quarter. All courses also offer continuing education credits (ecoPRO, CPH, LIC, IA, ISA, WSDA) for those professionals who hold certifications and licenses applicable to the course topic.
Wednesdays, 10/23 - 11/13,
12 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Christina has worked in the landscaping industry for over 35 years. She is the author of Pacific Northwest Month by Month Gardening.
This course focuses on sustainable best practices for plant selection, installation and aftercare: identification of good nursery stock, selection for specific sites (including low water use, native areas, urban landscapes), proper planting techniques, mulching and formative pruning.
New students must apply for admission to the college before registering for the class. If you apply in person you can do both steps at once. If you are a returning student, you can register online with your student ID number. If you would like to register the first day of class, please let us know in advance. Cost is approximately $130 for each class.
If you have any questions about these classes or need help with registration, please call the LWTech Horticulture Department at (425) 739-8279 or email email@example.com. We would love to assist you!
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Fri, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sat, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.