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Apply for a summer internship at Plum Creek! The Columbia Falls, Mont. office is hiring an environmental sciences intern for summer 2014. This paid intern will assist in completing fish and wildlife surveys, participate in management and research projects, and more. Send your resume to Alex Metcalf ASAP if you're interested in this $12-14/hr position in Montana this summer. Job details in pdf here

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Bachelor of Science in Forestry

This degree emphasizes the training and preparation of students in the art and science of multiple-use land management. Two options are offered in this degree: forest resources management and forest operations and applied restoration.

The learning goals associated with this degree are the following:

  • Develop the necessary knowledge and skills to solve problems faced by natural resource management agencies and/or businesses;
  • Nurture written and oral communication skills;
  • Understand the biophysical environment;
  • Acquire knowledge on quantitative and qualitative analysis to apply science-based methods to natural resources questions; and
  • Develop a respect and understanding for the multiple values associated with natural resources conservation.

For information on night advising for Fall 2014, please visit our Advising page.