Are you interested in a career that will help restore our natural resources to a healthier condition for future generations?
Would you like the opportunity to study and live in remote settings - places you've always dreamed of visiting, let alone work in?
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 Pingree Park Campus
- a two week long forestry field measurements course
- a week long rangeland assessment course