Natural Resources

  • Identify, develop, and maintain environments for animals
  • Classify, manage, and use plants and trees in the timber and tree service industry
  • Operate and maintain heavy equipment for a wide range of construction and conservation projects

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?
  1. Arborculturalist
  2. Heavy equipment operator
  3. Aquaculturalist
  4. Park maintenance
  5. Logger
  6. Survey aide
What would I do in this class?
  1. Operate heavy equipment
  2. Manage wildlife and habitat
  3. Raise fish
  4. Climb for tree service
  5. Operate chainsaw and forestry equipment
  6. Learn construction surveying
  7. Build ponds
  8. Identify and learn life histories of wildlife, fish, and plants
What can I do with further training?
  1. Game warden
  2. Operating engineer (union operator)
  3. Certified arborist
  4. Wildlife biologist
  5. Civil engineer
  6. Forester

Program Quick Facts

Natural Resource students must be able to:

  • Use math as a means of problem solving
  • Withstand exposure to hot or cold temperatures for an extended period of time
  • Have good hand/eye coordination and dexterity
  • Handle getting dirty as part of the job
  • Operate measuring devices to obtain necessary data
  • Meet safety requirements to operate tools
  • Exhibit professionalism and work place behavior
  • Work independently and in teams
 

Uniform requirements

  • Steel-toed boots, outdoor gear

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Announcements

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