Students are invited to compete with the
Logger's Sports Team
The number of technical level jobs has increased in some areas
and remained steady in most others. Public pressure for environmental protection and
management has led agencies to undertake projects in all areas of the natural resources
that require qualified field technicians to complete.
Employers of graduates include federal agencies such as the U.S.
Forest Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the
Bureau of Indian Affairs, the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service and the National
Park Service; state forestry, park and wildlife agencies; county and city agencies and
private forestry companies and contractors.
Potential positions include but are not limited to: Forestry
technician or aide, biological technician or aide, GIS technician, park technician or aide, conservation
aide, range aide, wildlife technician, fishery technician, surveying aide or timber