College of Forestry & Conservation
The College of Forestry and Conservation offers Bachelor's of Science, master's and PhD degrees to educate the next generation of wildlife biologists, forest rangers, ecologists, park rangers, and more. Work with internationally renowned faculty in the classroom, lab, and outside. You will learn to apply science to complex issues such as global climate change, wildland fire, water availability, human interaction with nature, wildlife conservation, and forest resiliency.
Students: Earn one credit and learn horse & mule packing skills from local expert outfitter Smoke Elser. This eight-week class starts Jan. 25, 2015 and will teach you the basics of packing, safe horse use, and light-on-the-land horse use and camping techniques. Listed as FORS 391 or PTRM 391. Learn more in this course guide and course outline.