Conservation Planning and Management is a degree option for students interested primarily in parks and protected area management, planning, policy and conservation communication. Students have opportunities to work with diverse stakeholders across disciplinary, private and public sector boundariesand develop core skills relating to conservation planning and management.
Working with citizens, land managers and policy makers to foster sustainable development you’ll be responsible for:
- Keeping natural areas pristine
- Leading groups through outdoor environments
- Interpreting the land, wildlife and nature for tourists
- Identifying potential conservation areas
- Working with landowners and citizens to protect and conserve cultural and heritage sites
- Managing wild and scenic rivers
- Working with forest and rangeland managers to improve public access
- Educating youth about how to use the great outdoors responsibly
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