Is the area of wildlife/conservation biology where you have always seen yourself working?
Are you interested in a career that will help restore our natural resources to a healthier condition for future generations?
Do you want to be an advocate for change in how we manage our natural resources?
Does the idea of working with policy makers to ensure our natural resources are managed sustainably sound like the career you want?
Colorado State University provides a unique setting for the study of forest and rangeland stewardship. The university is situated within easy access of five ecosystem types:
- shortgrass steppe
These sites provide students a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities. Field activities at the undergraduate level include:
- day-long field trips to nearby forests and grasslands
- a four week natural resources ecology and measurements field experience at the CSU Mountain Campus
- a two week long forestry field measurements course
- a week long rangeland assessment course