ForestThe value of Earth's forests is immeasurable. In addition to being beautiful areas of recreation, they also have ecological and economic significance. The use and management of forest resources has a long history.

From timber to climate control, mankind is largely dependent upon the productivity of these natural treasures. As a result, the preservation of forested lands is essential to the progress of future generations. As concern over the fate of these fragile ecosystems increases, employment opportunities for graduates of this special science abound. Government agencies, conservation groups, private landowners, and those in industry all utilize the services of forestry specialists.

Courses
FOR 101 Intro to Forestry
FOR 102 Intro to Forest Ecology
FOR 103 Plant Identification
FOR 104 Intro to Forest Recreation
FOR 105 Wildland Fire Management
FOR 106 Principles of Wildlife Management and Ecology

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