Planning implementing, operating, and assuming financial risks in an agricultural business or farming activity such as raising turf-grass or operating a turf-grass farm.
Planning and conducting an agricultural experiment using the scientific process or scientific method such as comparing different kinds of turf-grass.
Identify an agricultural problem that cannot be solved by experiments and design a plant to investigate and analyze the problem such as turf-grass marketing displays or a golf course plan.
Placing students in jobs outside of regular classroom hours and maybe paid or unpaid work such as working as a golf course superintendent's assistant.
Helps students learn about agriculture and become aware of possible agricultural careers through short times spending observing, shadowing or helping such as attending a career day, or interviewing a golf course superintendent.
A series of activities that improves the value or appearance of the place of employment, school, home or community the efficiency of a business or an enterprise, or the living conditions of the family. Ex's include building a fence, computerizing records, remodeling a building or repairing equipment.
Type of enterprise, amount bought or sold, experiences, income, efficiency factors, etc.
Review of literature hypotheses, data log, findings, recommendations, etc.
Title of activity, identification of problems, background information, steps to solve problem, project log of what was done, results, and recommendations, etc.
Training agreement signed by students, teachers, employer and parents or guardian stating which each will do, record of work, hours, and money.
Date, activity, observation and comments, hours.
Date started, date completed improvement activity, and steps or tasks involved in the project, hours, and costs.
Date, supplementary activities and comments, hours.
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