Forester, you are charged with protecting and enhancing forest ecosystems and the social and economic benefits produced by forests. You work in the field collecting data on number and species of trees and other plants and animals, supervise tree plantings and tree harvest, and manage forest ecosystems to benefit wood productions, wildlife and human use of forests. Foresters work in a wide variety of locations from wilderness (federal and state lands) to the largest cities (urban and tree care).
Concentrations available in the forestry undergraduate major includes:
- Forest Management
- Forest Science
- Sustainable Biomaterials: Process & Product Design
- Urban Forestry
Gain valuable field experience through our practicum:
What do you do?
Working in the world of forestry brings a diverse option of positions. To view what these positions include see:
Is Forestry For You, Society of American Foresters;
Welcome to the World of Forestry, Indiana Society of American Foresters;
What We Do, U.S. Forest Service; and
Conservation Scientists and Forestry, U.S. Department of Labor.
For more videos regarding FNR forestry view the
FNR YouTube Playlist.