Forestry

 

Faculty, Staff and Students gather for a get acquainted supper.
Conclave 2013: Men's Bow Saw, Isaac Moore.
Forestry Hosts FFA Career Development Event Every Fall.
Faculty assist students with advising.
Reese Hall on South Campus.
Xi Sigma Pi Forestry National Honor Society Initiates.
Students are encouraged to create posters and enter them in poster competitions.
Graduating seniors who are SAF members receive a free ring from Society of American Foresters.
School of Forestry Faculty and Staff.
Every year our students volunteer to collect money for St. Jude's Children's Hospital.

Forestry (BSF)

Louisiana Tech University offers the most comprehensive agricultural sciences program in northern Louisiana. Bachelor of Science degree programs are offered in Agricultural Business, Animal Science, and Agriculture Education.

The Agricultural Business program offers the student the choice of three concentrations: Business, Landscape & Turf Management, or Crop Science & Management. The Business Concentration features a built-in minor in Business Administration. Both the Landscape & Turf Management and Crop Science & Management Concentrations include built-in minors in Plant Science.

The Animal Science program offers the student the opportunity to select from one of the following concentrations: Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Livestock Production, and Equine Science. Each area of concentration allows the student to focus on specific educational and career goals through course selection.

The Agriculture Education program is managed by the Department of Agricultural Sciences in collaboration with the College of Education. The program provides the student with basic content knowledge in agricultural sciences, while also fulfilling the requirements for teacher certification in Secondary Education through the College of Education.

The Department of Agricultural Sciences is committed to providing a well-rounded and applied educational experience. Scientific theory is blended with practical applications in modern laboratories (soils, crops, computer, beef, meats, greenhouses, gardens, and equine). The
Tech Farm Salesroom markets meat, and plant products (produced and processed on Tech Farm) to the public. These facilities support research opportunities for faculty, staff, and students, in addition to service opportunities for the agricultural industry. Degree programs, laboratories and equipment, and a highly competent faculty and staff offer the student excellent resources to develop career goals and a foundation for continued (lifetime) learning.

 

 

 

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William H. Green, D.V.M. recipient of the    

2012 Distinquished Service to North Louisiana Agriculture Award

 

The North Louisiana Agri-Business Council honored several for their outstanding work or service in the field of agriculture at a luncheon held on Friday, January 18, 2013.  The luncheon kicked off the 2013 AG Expo at the Ike Hamilton Exposition Center.  Louisiana Tech's Dr. William H. Green was the recipient of the 2012 Distinquished Service to North Louisiana Agriculture Award.

 

Dr. William Green was the owner of the Dubach Veterinary Clinic where he practiced veterinary medicine for 27 years.  He is a Professor of Animal Science, Pre-Vet Advisor, and resident veterinarian for the beef, equine, goat, sheep and swine units in the Department of Agricultural Sciences at Louisiana Tech University.  He has won numerous awards at the university, college and departmental levels at Louisiana Tech for advising, teaching, and for his service to the univeristy and the surrounding area.  Dr. Green is currently vice-president of the Louisiana Board of Veterinary Medicine (regulatory agency for veterinarians in Louisiana).

 

Dr. Green's hobbies include raising Hereford cattle and Border Collie dogs.  He is a Sunday School teacher and member of the Board of Deacons at Fellowship Baptist Church in Dubach.

 

Dr. Green received his B.S. Degree from Louisiana Tech, his M.S. Degree from LSU, and his DVM Degree from Auburn University.

 

He is married to Barbara McGee Green, also a Louisiana Tech graduate, and they have two children (Kyle Green of Ruston and Kayla Robison of Baton Rouge), both Louisiana Tech graduates, and 3 grandchildren (Mattie Robison, Chloe Green, and Will Robison).

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

Louisiana Tech University offers the most comprehensive agricultural sciences program in northern Louisiana. Bachelor of Science degree programs are offered in Agricultural Business, Animal Science, and Agriculture Education.

The Agricultural Business program offers the student the choice of two concentrations: Business or Plant Science. The Business Concentration features a built-in minor in Business Administration. The Plant Science Concentration includes a built-in minor in Plant Science.

The Animal Science program offers the student the opportunity to select from one of the following concentrations: Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Livestock Production, or Equine Science. Each area of concentration allows the student to focus on specific educational and career goals through course selection.

The Agriculture Education program is managed by the Department of Agricultural Sciences in collaboration with the College of Education. The program provides the student with basic content knowledge in agricultural sciences, while also fulfilling the requirements for teacher certification in Secondary Education through the College of Education.

The Department of Agricultural Sciences is committed to providing a well-rounded and applied educational experience. Scientific theory is blended with practical applications in modern laboratories (soils, crops, computer, beef, meats, greenhouses, gardens, and equine). The Tech Farm Salesroom (www.techfarmsales.latech.edu) markets  meat and plant products (produced and processed on Tech Farm) to the public. These facilities support research opportunities for faculty, staff, and students, in addition to service opportunities for the agricultural industry. Degree programs, laboratories and equipment, and a highly competent faculty and staff offer the student excellent resources to develop career goals and a foundation for continued (lifetime) learning.