The Bachelor of Science in Landscape, Nursery, and Greenhouse Management program at Washington State University prepares students to become leaders in the field of sustainable horticulture. This four-year program provides students with a comprehensive education in topics such as nursery production, greenhouse management, plant identification, landscaping design and implementation, and environmental science. Through hands-on laboratory courses and projects, students will gain valuable experience working with agricultural tools and equipment while developing technical skills for managing plant growth systems. Graduates from this program will be well-equipped for careers in nurseries, greenhouses, landscape design companies or government agencies working on projects related to soil conservation or invasive species management. With a strong demand for professionals in this field and excellent career prospects upon graduation, this program is an ideal choice for those interested in making a meaningful contribution to the environment.