In Landscape Technology, you will work with the tools, equipment, and techniques needed to design, install, and maintain beautiful landscapes for private residences as well as commercial properties. You will use hand tools and power equipment including rototillers, string trimmers, leaf blowers, and commercial mowers. You will also receive training on a state-of-the-art piece of excavation equipment, a skid-steer loader. You will practice building paver patios, walkways, retaining walls, and other hardscape projects. You will participate in volunteer work experience trips all around the county. Qualified students in Landscape Technology may also be chosen for the co-op program, an opportunity to work for area landscape contractors and earn while you learn. If you enjoy working outside year round shaping and creating landscapes, then the landscape technology program will be a great fit and learning experience for you.