Forest and Natural Resource Management
College: College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): RIS
Learn to plan, implement, and research the management, protection, and sustainable use of forest and related natural resources and environments including vegetation, timber, water, wildlife, recreation, and aesthetic resources.
Sub-plans: Forest Ecosystem Management and Conservation, Park and Protected Area Management, Urban & Community Forestry
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Student Groups related to this Major
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- Forestry Club, LTD, University of Minnesota
- Environmental Student Association (ESA)
- Society of American Foresters
Learning Abroad in this Major
An experience abroad is a great way to complete requirements while engaging in new cultures.