Responsible Use of Forests
Examine forest ecosystems, sustainable forestry, forest management, and watersheds in a program that enables you to balance the many demands placed on the nation’s forests as a future professional in this field. Experience hands-on opportunities and gain a solid scientific foundation in the areas of forest concepts, social factors and technical skills.
Over 8,000 acres of experimental forest provides students the opportunity to participate in field study and innovative research in the areas of forest management, watershed and land utilization.
Field study and undergraduate research opportunities through industry partners, the Franklin H. Pitkin Forest Nursery at the Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research (CFNSR) and our Taylor Wilderness Research Station are available.
- Society of American Foresters (SAF)
- Logger Sports Club
- CNR Living, Learning Community (College of Natural Resources residence hall)
Internships are available to students at Taylor Wilderness Research Station, the Rangeland Center, and through our industry partners.