Frequently Asked Questions
Who should I see to determine what classes I need?
You should make an appointment with the department counselor, Amy Merkel, at: (707) 527-4451.
Amy's office is located in Room 4750, Bertolini Student Center, Santa Rosa Campus.
When are courses offered?
AG/NR course offerings range from one day, 4-week, 6-week,
8-week, to full semester, morning, afternoon, evening, and weekends.
Where are courses offered?
AG/NR courses are offered in many locations around Sonoma County
including: Santa Rosa, Cloverdale, Healdsburg, Petaluma, Sonoma, and SRJC's Shone Farm near Forestville.
What are the steps I should take to enroll in a certificate program?
To begin a certificate program, students should complete a SRJC application, attend an orientation and register for the appropriate classes.
To earn a certificate do I need to take classes in a
Each certificate differs. Check with the certificate
coordinators or a counselor.
Is there a time restriction to complete a certificate?
Although there is not a time limit, the programs are subject to
change and a student should check with the certificate coordinator.
What kind of classes does the department offer?
We offer courses and certificate programs in the following
- Animal Science
- Equine Science
- Natural Resource Management
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Wine Studies
Where can I find Shone Farm?
Shone Farm is located at 6225
Eastside Road near Forestville, approximately nine miles from the
Santa Rosa Campus.
How can I contact someone in the Agriculture and Natural
Telephone: (707) 527-4408
FAX: (707) 527-4651
Agriculture/Natural Resources Department
Room 2092, Lark Hall. (Lark Hall Map)
1501 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95401-4395