Promoting Rangeland Stewardship
Study the management, conservation, and restoration of diverse rangeland environments which include grasslands, shrublands, woodlands and desert, to prepare for a career with government agencies, conservation groups and private landowners. This program provides a solid understanding of ecological restoration and the many issues facing natural resource management.
Most courses in rangeland ecology will include field trips and discussions with rangeland professionals. Four of the rangeland ecology and management core courses include extensive field trips, creating opportunities for students to interact with rangeland managers and gain a deeper understanding of real-world issues.
Field study and undergraduate research opportunities through industry partners and our Taylor Wilderness Research Station internships are plentiful.
- Range Club
- CNR Living, Learning Community (College of Natural Resources residence hall)
The University of Idaho Rangeland Center offers internships to qualified students.
Internships are available to students at Taylor Wilderness Research Station, the Rangeland Center, and through our industry partners.