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Career Area: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Technical Diploma
Program Number: 31-001-3
Approximately 1 Year to Complete
Credit Program
Average Annual Tuition: $4230
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Landscape Technician Careers

Professionals are needed to design, install and maintain exceptional landscapes. As a Landscape Technician graduate, you can work with plants that are commonly used in landscapes, design landscapes, build and install hardscapes and plants, write cost estimates, perform ground maintenance, safely operate landscape and construction equipment, and have a working knowledge of the safe use of pesticides. Plus you can propagate, grow, and sell all types of ornamental and greenhouse plants. You will hone your skills in NWTC's Landscape Horticulture Learning Center located right on the Green Bay Botanical Garden grounds, giving you the unique opportunity for hands-on learning on a 47-acre ornamental lab with display gardens and natural areas. NWTC's Landscape Technician Technical Diploma is the only Wisconsin program hosted by an accredited college that is located on a botanical garden site.

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

  • Landscape Technician
  • Landscape Installer
  • Grounds Manager
  • Nursery Grower
  • Turf Technician

Landscape Technician Programs

Professionals are needed to design, install and maintain exceptional landscapes. As a Landscape Technician graduate, you can work with plants that are commonly used in landscapes, design landscapes, build and install hardscapes and plants, write cost estimates, perform ground maintenance, safely operate landscape and construction equipment, and have a working knowledge of the safe use of pesticides. Plus you can propagate, grow, and sell all types of ornamental and greenhouse plants. You will hone your skills in NWTC's Landscape Horticulture Learning Center located right on the Green Bay Botanical Garden grounds, giving you the unique opportunity for hands-on learning on a 47-acre ornamental lab with display gardens and natural areas. NWTC's Landscape Technician Technical Diploma is the only Wisconsin program hosted by an accredited college that is located on a botanical garden site.

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