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1. Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources Job Search Natural Resources
Find employment in environmental, conservation and natural resource occupations current vacancies through Quantum careers. forestry, fisheries, wildlife, range, recreation, soils, and the environmental and social sciences as they relate to natural resources.

2. Interests Areas And Careers | College Of Natural Resources, University Of Minnes
Interest Areas and careers. Key for majors FW = fisheries and Wildlife FR = Forest StudiesRRM = Recreation Resource Management UF = Urban forestry WPS = Wood
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Interest Areas and Careers
This chart shows majors associated with natural resource interest areas and possible job options for graduates within those majors. Key for majors:
FW = Fisheries and Wildlife
FR = Forest Resources
NRES = Natural Resources and Environmental Studies
RRM = Recreation Resource Management
UF = Urban Forestry
WPS = Wood and Paper Science
Interest Area Majors Sample Job Titles Biology FW, FR, NRES Fisheries biologist, wildlife biologist, biology teacher WPS Forest product sales representative, marketing specialist Chemistry WPS, NRES Water quality scientist, paper chemist, paper products developer, soil chemist Computers FR, NRES Geographic information systems specialist (GIS), remote sensing specialist, aerial photo interpreter Conservation FW, NRES Conservation planner, preserve manager, wildlife refuge manager, environmental biologist Ecology FW, FR, UF, NRES

3. Undergraduate Majors & Minors | College Of Natural Resources, University Of Minn
Recreation Resource Management, and Urban Community forestry. The fisheries andWildlife major provides students course work needed for careers in fisheries
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Graduate Programs
Six majors are offered: Fisheries and Wildlife Forest Resources Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Recreation Resource Management ... Urban and Community Forestry , and Wood and Paper Science . Details about each major are described below. View additional information on minor requirements and courseguides for each minor. Links to advising aids (curriculum guides/major requirements, minor requirements, course information sheets, 4-year graduation plans, and contracts) for all majors are available on the undergraduate advising page
Fisheries and Wildlife
The Fisheries and Wildlife major provides students with a broad science background emphasizing biological and environmental sciences and other course work needed for careers in fisheries, wildlife, conservation biology, and other natural resource and environmental fields. Graduates are prepared to research, plan, and implement the management, protection, and enhancement of fisheries and aquatic resources, wildlife resources, and biological diversity. Graduates find employment as fisheries and wildlife scientists and managers, naturalists, zoo biologists, environmental biologists, environmental educators, and other natural resource professionals.

4. Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources Job Search Forestry EmploymentFind Employment I
are offered fisheries Wildlife, Forest resources, natural resources and forestry major prepares students for careers in planning and managing vegetation and natural resources in

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natural resources fisheries Census Clerk 2881, Office Administration careers- CF28. natural resources forestry Administrative Supervisor - 2982, natural
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Class Specifications Class Title Career Family Natural Resources Assistant Regional Supervisor - 3764 Natural Resources Business Manager - 2922 Natural Resources Director Lands and Minerals - 8500 Executive Leadership Careers - CF12 Natural Resources Douglas Lodge Custodial Worker - 2901 Natural Resources Douglas Lodge Worker - 2724 Natural Resources Enforcement Supervisor - 2675 Protective Service Careers - CF31 Natural Resources Fisheries Census Clerk - 2881 Office Administration Careers - CF28 Natural Resources Forestry Administrative Supervisor - 2982 Natural Resources Forestry Area Supervisor - 3378 Natural Resources Forestry Program Consultant - 2978 Natural Resources Forestry Program Coordinator - 2977 ... Natural Resources Forestry Regional Manager - 2075 Management Careers - CF24 Natural Resources Forestry Regional Specialist - 2976 Natural Resources Forestry Section Manager - 2983 Management Careers - CF24 Natural Resources Forestry Specialist - 1739 Natural Resources Forestry Specialist Intermediate - 2974 Natural Resources Forestry Specialist Senior - 2975 Natural Resources Forestry Supervisor - 2981 ... Natural Resources Manager - 0196 Management Careers - CF24 Natural Resources Regional Administrator - 1398 Management Careers - CF24 Natural Resources Regional Director - 3798 Management Careers - CF24

6. Forestry Careers And Employment- Forestry, Canada, Careers, Jobs, Forest Product
The forestry careers and Employment Bulletin Board Ontario Ministry of natural resources Public Consultation Positions in forestry, fisheries, Genomics, and
Forestry Careers and Employment
Your Internet Gateway to Forestry and Forest Products The Forestry Careers and Employment Bulletin Board lists job openings in every branch of Canada's forest sector - in woodlands, in manufacturing, in sales, in research and education. If you are looking for a job, check out our current listings below. Bookmark this page as we are constantly posting new opportunities. This is a service open only to Canadian citizens, landed immigrants in Canada, or to those would otherwise qualify to work in Canada. Advertise Your Staff
Openings Here!
If you are an employer recruiting permanent or seasonal staff, find out about advertising your staff openings on Canadian Forests . It is the cost-effective way of finding the employee you are looking for. for more information Subscribe to our Newsletter - receive our weekly email newsletter covering career opportunities, events, and more.

7. Provincial Governments- Forestry, Canada, Careers, Jobs, Forest Products, Wood,
forestry Publications. Our lands and waters, provincial parks, fisheries, wildernessand web site on the Ontario Ministry of natural resources' (OMNR) Internet
Provincial Governments
Your Internet Gateway to Forestry and Forest Products
Alberta Environment is working to maintain and enhance the long-term health of Alberta's forest ecosystems. We manage our forests to support a full range of uses and values including timber production, habitat for wildlife, and areas for parks and wilderness. The Alberta Environmental Training Centre offers services for customized training, program development and course delivery including Forest Fire Management, Forest Management, GIS, GPS, and Environmental and Outdoor Educational programs. Forest Management Division Directive Home Page Forest Health - Sustainable Resource Development Check out our revised forest health website where you will find: biology and management of important forest insects, diseases and seed and cone insects; exotic pests and weed information; current and historical conditions and maps; survey data procedures and downloadable coverages/databases; downloadable publications; directives; up-to-date pest alerts. The Natural Resources Conservation Board (NRCB) was established in 1991 under the Natural Resources Conservation Board Act. The NRCB or "Board" is a quasi-judicial tribunal which reviews applications for natural resource projects that may significantly affect the people, the economy and the environment of Alberta. The Board's mandate provides for a fair, open and impartial public process for the review of proposed developments affecting Alberta's natural resources.

8. Cyber-Sierra's Natural Resources Job Search GIS Employment
Links to GIS employment databases and information.Category Science Social Sciences Employment...... for Jobs in GIS GIS careers Their database such as remote sensing, mapping, forestry,geographic analysis board for their Wildlife and fisheries program, of

9. BCSD Career Programs: Table Of Contents
Logging Logging Mining (MI) - Geological and related Mining careers naturalresources - forestry, fisheries Tourism natural resources Studies - forestry
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JOB OUTLOOK COLLEGE OUTCOMES ... CES ONLINE RESOURCES STUDENTS TEACHERS CAREER PRACTITIONERS COUNSELLORS Table of Contents Chapters are organized by NOC Category: Health Primary Industry School Addresses Mentors Career Programs in Primary Industry (22 programs) Co-op Ed Resource Management Occupations in Environment Co-op Education - Resource Management Technology Forestry and Resource Management, Conservation Issues CP Forestry Learners Pursuing Careers in Direct or Indirect Forest Areas of Specialty CP Forestry Forest Industry, Forest Technology., Silviculture, Logging CP Marine Studies Marine Studies Environment, Fish and Forest Careers in fisheries, forestry, environmental industry. Environmental Sciences Forestry Environmental Studies Environment Fisheries (Fisheries Ecology) (FH) Environmental and Fish Hatchery/Farm Careers Forestry College - University and/or Direct Entry Forestry Careers in resource Management Forestry Occupations in forestry, environmental studies

10. Forestry, Wildlife & Natural Resources Programs (FRCC Catalog)
students for a wide range of careers in natural resources. Students will gain practicalskills in forestry, wildlife, Aquaculture, fisheries, wildland fire and
FRCC College Catalog
Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources
Associate of General Studies Degree
Concentration in Natural Resources
The Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources program is designed for transfer into a baccalaureate degree program at Colorado State University in a natural resources field. This two year degree program will enable students to transfer with a minimal loss of credit. It also provides job entry level training for technician level jobs. Natural resources management requires a broad overview and a general understanding of all the components of an ecosystem and its interrelationships. This program is designed to introduce students to a wide range of basic concepts and provide technician-level training for many outdoor careers. Assessment testing is required of all students. Students who place into REA 090 (or above), ENG 100 (or above), and MAT 100 (or above), may begin this program of study. All other students see the test scoring section for preparatory course placement.

11. Careers | Natural Resources @ The University Of Minnesota, Crookston
Emphasis This emphasis prepares graduates for careers with forestry technician,Yellowstone National Park Gardiner, MT. fisheries Technician, Wisconsin DNR.

The bachelor of science degree program prepares students for a variety of career paths based on the emphasis they choose. Natural Resource Management Emphasis
This emphasis prepares students for land management positions with:
  • County soil and water conservation districts State and federal natural resource agencies Private land reclamation firms Game farms Hunting preserves
Park Management Emphasis
This emphasis is designed for students interested in a career in municipal, county, state, or national park management. Entry-level positions may include working as a technician or aide in order to obtain the experience required to advance to a higher management position. Water Resource Management Emphasis
This emphasis prepares graduates for careers with:
  • The U.S. Soil Conservation District Watershed districts Hydrology branches of state natural resource agencies Soil and water conservation districts Private surveying and consulting firms
Students gain valuable work experience through an applied internship combining academic credit with on-the-job training. Students may complete internships anywhere. Past interns have worked as river recreation technicians in Oregon, fought fires in Idaho, assisted with ruffed grouse studies in northern Minnesota, and carried out soil conservation projects in North Dakota. Opportunities are unlimited.

12. Program Options | Natural Resources @ The University Of Minnesota, Crookston
obtain a specialized baccalaureate degree in fisheries management or forestry maycomplete natural resources aviation prepare for careers as natural

Program Options
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Natural Resources Students work toward a bachelor of science degree and select from the following areas of emphasis: Students wishing to obtain a specialized baccalaureate degree in fisheries management or forestry may complete their first two years at UMC and then transfer to another campus. Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program Natural Resources Aviation /Law Enforcement Aviation Students focusing on natural resources aviation prepare for careers as natural resource pilot-biologists employed by State Departments of Natural Resources, the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U. S. Forestry Service, Bureau of Land Management, private consulting firms, as well as wilderness pilots working in remote areas. Law Enforcement Aviation students are employed primarily with federal, state, county, or local agencies: i.e., U.S. Border Patrol, U.S. Customs Services, F.A.A. Inspectors, U.S. Sky Marshals, and state, county, and local law enforcement agencies. Learn more about these options at UMC's Aviation website
Natural Resource Management Emphasis
This emphasis focuses on the integrated management of soil, water, forests, wildlife, fisheries and recreation resources in an ecosystem approach incorporating human use. Students concentrate on the interrelation of agriculture and natural resources as a sustainable system. Ecosystem restoration techniques for forests, prairies, and wetlands are all emphasized.

13. [ICPAC] Forestry And Natural Resources
forestry; Land Use Management; Mineral Economics; natural fisheries and Wildlife Sciences(http//
Forestry and Natural Resources
Programs in forestry and natural resources intend to prepare people to manage, protect, conserve, and use natural and renewable resources. People in forestry and natural resources study resources such as forests, air, water, soil, fish, and wildlife. Programs focus on applying the natural and social sciences to the management of forests and other natural resources. This area of study covers a variety of instructional programs including forest engineering, forest management, forest science, and resource recreation management. Specialty options within each of these programs are also available. For information on fisheries and wildlife study, see the Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences program. Forestry programs prepare people to manage and use natural resources on forest lands. Instruction in these programs includes biology, disease and pest control, ecology, resource protection, mapping, statistics, harvesting and production technology, management, economics, public relations, forest policy and regulations, and development of improved tree varieties. Most community colleges have one- or two-year programs that can be transferred to four-year colleges and universities offering programs in forestry and natural resources. Many four-year colleges and universities offer bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs in these areas. Five-year programs in forestry are also available.

14. Natural Resources Conservation - Faculty Of Forestry At U.B.C.
program designed to prepare students for careers in the municipal natural resourceagencies in areas of fisheries, wildlife, forestry, environment, or
B.Sc. Natural Resources Conservation Areas of
  • Forest biology Conservation biology, philosophy and ethics Terrestrial wildlife ecology, management and biodiversity Aquatic ecosystem management and conservation Soil science Geographic Information Systems Remote sensing Resource economics Statistics Sociology Policy and land use planning

Proud Winner of the Alfred Scow Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Student Experience and Learning Environment at the University of British Columbia. Program Objectives
The Natural Resources Conservation Program is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students for careers in the conservation of renewable natural resources, management of protected areas, and landscape and local level planning for both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Program of Study
The program of study provides students with a solid foundation across several disciplines that reflect the multi-faceted character of conservation issues and conservation research. These include:

15. B.Sc. Natural Resources Conservation At The Faculty Of Forestry, UBC
program designed to prepare students for careers in the natural resource agenciesin the areas of fisheries, wildlife, forestry, environment, or



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Contact Us Facilities Forest Sciences Centre Research Forests CAWP Publications Branchlines Fundraising Forestry Links UBC MacMillan Library B.Sc. Natural Resources Conservation Proud Winner of the Alfred Scow Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Student Experience and Learning Environment at the University of British Columbia. Program Objectives The Natural Resources Conservation Program is an interdisciplinary program designed to prepare students for careers in the conservation of renewable natural resources, management of protected areas, and landscape and local level planning for both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Program of Study The program of study provides students with a solid foundation across several disciplines that reflect the multi-faceted character of conservation issues and conservation research. These include:
  • the natural and social sciences underlying the conservation and management of natural resources

16. Internet Public Library: Careers
women at all levels in forestry, fisheries, wildlife, range, recreation, soils, andthe environmental and social sciences as they relate to natural resources.
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Women in Natural Resources
"Women in Natural Resources (WiNR) is a unique, high quality magazine-journal in the field of natural resources. It combines the best elements of a technical journal, the informal style of a newsletter, and the reader-friendly format of a magazine. It is designed and written by women at all levels in forestry, fisheries, wildlife, range, recreation, soils, and the environmental and social sciences as they relate to natural resources. " The web site also includes several full-text articles from recent issues, up-to-date job listings, and links to other sites of interest.

17. Natural Resources: Careers In The Resource Industries In Canada
Chapters Driving Forces fisheries; Chapters natural Suggested careers in theResource Industries engineer Forest firefighter forestry technologist Fruit

Human activity and the environment 2000
Natural Resources
Careers in the Resource Industries in Canada
Overview Students complete a profile of a career in a Canadian resource industry. Contributors: Dianne Clipsham and Cathy Sigler. Objectives
  • To learn about one resource-based industry in Canada
  • To learn about one primary industry career in Canada
  • To develop communication skills by selecting from the following presentation products:
    • create a career profile presentation using software such as Powerpoint
    • create a newspaper article for the Classified section
    • create a biography or career report of an individual in a selected career
    Suggested Grade Levels and Subject Areas Intermediate
    Geography, Careers
    Geography Duration:
    Five to six 50 minute periods. Vocabulary Groundfish
    Non-renewable resources
    Primary industry
    Renewable resource
    Roundwood Silviculture Softwood Materials
    • From the print version of Human Activity and the Environment 2000 (see footnotes in text for additional information and hotlinks to sources for materials on resource industries):
    • Agricultural resources:
      • sub-section 4.4.1: Agricultural driving forces (pg. 98-99)

18. Natural Resources
the story of the collapse of the Atlantic fisheries in Canada. The careers in theMining Industry presentation illustrates careers closely linked with forestry. students

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This page is meant to help students find links to Natural Resources Natural Resources Of Canada This government of Canada web site links major Canadian Natural Resources.
Sustainable Development
Sustainable Development The Canadian government department of Foreign Affair and International Trade web site dealing with Sustainable Development. It is divided into four categories, with links into the four areas. The four categories and links are:
(i)Sustainable Development (Sustainable Development - Overview, Agenda 2000: DFAIT's SD Strategy, Agenda 2000: Progress Reports, Notice Board),
(ii) Environmental Issues (Canada and the Oceans,
Environmental Institutions, International Forest Issues, Climate Change, Trade and
(iii) Environment Assessment (Strategic Environmental Assessment, Project
Environmental Assessment, and
(iv) Environment Management (Greening Operations,Working Green at Missions, Environment Week.

19. Careers In Natural Resource Conservation
mapping, forestry, wildlife, fisheries, engineering, computers provides informationon forestry careers and networking A career in natural resources can also
Careers in Natural Resource Conservation
Alison W. Bowers and Martha C. Monroe An important part of working with youth today is facilitating the discovery of the countless career paths available to them. An exciting discipline that you can present and explore with them is this field of natural resources. This fact sheet helps you get acquainted with natural resource career opportunities, describes how local agencies can assist you, and provides activities to introduce young people to a profession in natural resources.
Career Basics
Choosing a career is a major decision in a young person's life. The 4-H National Center for Workforce Preparation provides curriculum resources and other forms of assistance to help 4-H'ers acquire basic skills, explore career options, and gain experience in the workplace. The 4-H Council lists grant opportunities for 4-H agents to receive funds to establish career-related programs and partnerships. The Florida 4-H program also offers career activities including a What Are My Skills? Worksheet (4HGCR32). The United States Department of Education and Labor oversees the School to Work program, which provides support and funding to states and local communities to develop school to work initiatives. These initiatives vary from state and state; Florida supports several school to work programs. Program components can include linking with community colleges, partnering with industry, and locating guest speakers to visit schools and clubs. Visit

20. - Feature Article! - Green Graduate Schools
with nature offered by natural resources careers, students are management, wildlifebiology, forestry, parks and environmental studies, fisheries, parks and

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Graduate School: An Entry Level Degree in the Environmental Field An Excerpt from EarthWork: A Resource Guide to Nationwide Green Jobs
(out of print)
By The Student Conservation Association, Inc.
Edited by Joan Moody and Richard Wizansky

Chapter 4: Green Graduate Schools Thinking about whether graduate school is worth the time and money? According to an expert with experience both in academia and in government hiring, "Graduate education is becoming the entry level degree in natural resources." Frank Gregg, former director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and of the University of Arizona's School of Renewable Natural Resources, says the days are gone when a bachelor's degree was enough for many natural resources jobs. By contrast, jobs are readily available with a bachelor's in environmental engineering or in other environmental specialties, where demand exceeds supply. In the natural resources disciplines, however, there is a kind of buyer's market except in specialties such as wetlands ecology. Several hundred colleges in the United States are churning out natural resources and environmental science graduates with advanced degrees. Out of 141 responses to a Conservation Fund survey of 390 colleges and universities with natural resources or environmental science programs, 37 percent had graduate programs. The survey did not include environmental engineering or waste management programs or agricultural specialties such as range science.

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