FireScience.org: Forestry career resource - CAREER GUIDE
Fire Science Online recently launched career and education guides focused on public service and safety careers including firefighting, law enforcement, forestry, and paramedics. Each guide contains career and salary information, a school search tool, internships, scholarships, and other related educational information. Even with the vast number of career sites on the internet, it can be quite difficult to find accurate and relevant information to these service and safety career paths. Fire Science Online resources are always free and Fire Science Online continue to keep the site non-commercial and non-for-profit...
Foresters generally oversee the land quality of forests, parks, rangelands, and other natural resources. They design and establish plans for the management of forests and their resources; monitor forest lands and protect them from disease, harmful insects and fires; supervise tree harvests; and oversee forest and conservation workers.
If you’re considering a career in the forestry profession, you may envision spending your workday in blue jeans and hiking boots, managing wild lands and protecting nature for future generations. The reality of forestry careers, however, is somewhat different. While there are many people whose main goal is to protect forests and other natural resources for the future, a career in forestry encompasses much more.
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