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Forest Resources

If you love nature, our forest resources degree can help you pursue several fulfilling career options. This program prepares you to work in forest resources management and research. This may include various areas such as reforestation, mapping, plant inventory, outdoor recreation, timber appraisal, land surveying, harvesting, stream surveys, wildlife habitat enhancement, and wildfire suppression.

The Experience

Program Details

You’ll learn hands-on in this program with outdoor labs, which help you prepare for jobs in local forests, parks, and natural areas. This program is accredited by The Society of American Foresters.

Your future

If you want a career that allows you to be outdoors and connected with nature, this is the program for you.

How To Get Started

You can start the forest resources program during any term. Students admitted to MHCC can sign up for classes in the program after reading, writing, and math placement requirements have been met.

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In this program, you will learn all about managing our forest resources effectively. You will take courses in wildland fire, forest conservation, and even soil assessment.

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