Natural Resources Careers
The Natural Resources degree program prepares graduate for numerous career opportunities, including:
- Environmental or Science Educator
- Forest/Rangeland/Wildlife Ecologist
- GIS Systems Specialist
- Riparian/Watershed Specialist
- Wetlands Restoration Specialist
- Interpreter or Recreation Guide
- Wildland Law Enforcement Officer
Natural Resources graduates find employment with public land management agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in a wide variety of settings such as environmental groups, legislative bodies concerned with land use policy and law, public relations organizations and a range of public education activities. Career opportunities may vary depending on the specialty option chosen.
To explore more forestry-related career paths, check out the Find Your Path booklet by the Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI).