Forestry is an instructional program designed to prepare students to enter occupations related to the field of forestry. The first year topics include Exploring the World of Forestry, Leadership/FFA Activities, Forest Safety, Tree Growth and Stand Development, Dendrology, Forest Surveying and Mapping, Legal Land Descriptions, Tree and Log Measurements, and Introduction to Timber Cruising. The second year instruction focuses on Identifying Forests and Forest Products, Employability Skills/FFA Activities, Forest Management Practices, Advanced Timber Cruising, Timber Marketing, Timber Harvesting, Reforestation, Forest Fire Management, and Forest Insects and Diseases. Graduates may become employed at the entry level or pursue careers in Forestry, Agriculture, Agribusiness, or Natural Resources Education in postsecondary or higher education. Upon completion of the course, students also receive 2 Science credits and a weighted grade of 1.10.