Oregon Department of Education

Focus Area - Power, Structural & Technical Systems


Power, Structure and Technology Focus Area
Power Structure and Technology: Knowledge and application skills with instruments, tools, software and technology are necessary to allow producers, processors, managers and inspectors to monitor, track and control the materials and resources that are essential to agricultural and environmental systems.




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    • Reynold Gardner Email    (503) 947-5615
      Secondary/Post-Secondary Transitions - Ed. Specialist, Agriculture & Natural Resource Systems