Natural Resources Technology

  • MHCC’s Natural Resources Technology program educates field technicians to collect forest, wildlife, and stream data. Students receive hands-on experience in classroom and field settings. Each student completes an internship to gain work experience before graduating.

  • Contact Your Faculty Advisers

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    Jason Pinkerton
    503-491-6941
    AC2593
    Jason.Pinkerton@mhcc.edu

    Pualani Derman
    503-491-7322
    Office AC2591
    Pualani.Derman@mhcc.edu

  • Program Details

    Natural Resources Technology is a two-year, applied/technical degree program.

    How to Get Started

    Fisheries Technology is a limited entry program that begins only in the fall term. Students are admitted on a space available basis after academic criteria has been met. Registration for fall term begins in May.

    Follow this simple 3-step process to get started!

    Natural Resources Technology Certificate

    One-year Certificate

    A certificate in Natural Resources Technology would be suitable for people currently working for industry or public agencies in the areas of forest management and conservation, or for anyone interested in entering this field. Students may find this option a beginning point for the associate degree program.