Do you recommend any classes in college that could help you be a better organic farmer ?
I would like to be an organic farmer, and I was told to go to college, but I'm not so sure if that is a good idea, or what class to take. (Not a degree).
Identify your career goals first to determine the appropriate college classes to take. Make sure you have a clear goal in mind and set objectives/classes/experiences to get there.
Last year you were asking about zoology. That's okay, just wondering how sure you are that this is the way you want to go. Or is this something you want to do as a hobby?
There is so much going on now that it is fairly easy to find information about organic gardening outside of the classroom. For example, you might look into taking a Master Gardner course in your community. You don't need to wait for college to start learning! I see you said "no degree." That's okay too, but, if you want to go into business for yourself, or run someone else's business, you will need a solid business education, as Kate mentioned. I know this won't make sense right now, but at some point in life, playing in the dirt gets to be old - squatting, kneeling, bending, sweating, etc. It comes at different ages, sometimes as early as 40. You will at least at that point be able to transition to something else - something related but perhaps less hands-on. And, admittedly, you could always get that education later.
A good background in organic gardening will include IPM - integrated pest management. Learn to recognize beneficial and harmful insects, eggs, fungus, etc. and what to use when eradication is necessary. How to introduce beneficial insects to the environment. Soil Testing and how to build soil up to be healthy. Beneficial nematodes. Watering. Planting the right plants for the environment. (xeriscaping), etc. I could tell you where to find all this info for Texas, but, you are not here!
Might want to check out this school - they have some classes