The Forestry program at CR offers Associates degrees in Forestry and Natural Resources Technology, and Certificates in Forest Technology and Geomatics (Surveying). These programs provide basic and advanced educational opportunities for students seeking careers related to forestry and natural resources, or transfer to a four year college or university. The library supports student success in these programs by providing selected resources.
These are some of the terms that students may need for a Forestry research project. Other terms may be useful in addition to those listed below. Use scientific or technical terms. Use specific words. Use only one or two words. Try both plural and singular forms. Try varying combinations. Check your textbook’s glossary or “key words” section.
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Check the Forestry and Natural Resource department's website for more information about the degrees offered and a complete list and other programs available. Other classes in Biology, Business, Math, and Environmental Studies may be taken as part of this certificate. Check with a counselor to see what classes are currently required for these degrees.