When you graduate in the Forestry Technology Program at CLTCC, your career is just beginning! As you walk down the aisle to receive your certificate, you realize that your hard work finally paid off. This is not the end of the trail, but a bright beginning to the world of Forestry. Your education opens doors to many excellent opportunities.
As you continue to grow in your career and gain experience, you will have even more opportunities to earn professional certifications.
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Growing Forests for Our Future!
Foresters: Growing Forests for Our Future is a fast-paced portrait of the forestry profession in America today. You'll hear from an urban forester, and industrial forester, a forestry educator, a seed nursery manager, fire management professionals, researchers, private consultants, and more. Compelling, real-life stories illustrate how foresters protect forest values such as wildlife habitat, water quality, and recreation, while producing timber for homes and other wood products.!
Council of the Society of American Foresters i| Standards of Practice
Every Certified Forester and applicant for Certified Forester status agrees to:
Adopted by the Council of the Society of American Foresters in 1994. Document revised April 2003; September 2005; and March 2010 by the Certification Review Board.