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"Wildlife sciences is something I don't think I will ever get tired of. The excitement I had as a kid when I saw wildlife is still in me today, and it is something I have always loved. I couldn't imagine majoring in anything else." —Morgan Lyons, B.S.F.R., Wildlife Sciences

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A Commitment to our Natural World.

How will our students change the world? Our programs explore the ways our forests, waterways, soils, and animals can thrive. Choose from these areas: 

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Pine sawtimber and chip-n-saw stumpage prices in Georgia stabilized during the fourth quarter of 2023 following three consecutive quarters of decline. However, pine pulpwood stumpage prices continued to fall during the quarter.

How trees stand and fall is centered upon the load they are under and how they hold against wind and gravity. Understanding tree structure, and how it bends and twists in the wind, is key to effective risk management along streets, in parks, and across…

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From the Jobs Board

Tribal Community Engagement Fellow - Grand Teton National Park

Seasonal, Temporary, Internship
Moose, WY,


American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service is seeking a Tribal Community Engagement Fellow to help support Grand Teton National Park and their Education and Community Engagement team. For more information about…

Natural Resource Specialist (Park Ranger)

Full Time
Hartwell, GA,

DUTY LOCATION: US Army Corps of Engineers, Hartwell Project, 5625 Anderson Highway, Hartwell, GA

Serves as a Natural Resources Specialist (Park Ranger) in one of the three disciplines to include Shoreline Management/Real Estate, Recreation Management, and Contract Administration/Natural…

Fish and Wildlife Biological Scientist III

Full Time
Lake City, FL,

This is an exciting opportunity to serve as the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s Cooperative Area Fisheries and Wildlife Biological Scientist III on the Osceola and Nutrien-White Springs Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) in cooperation with the lead managing agencies: United…