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Agriculture & Rangeland Management

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Students working with horses
  • Range Conservationist
  • Soil Conservationist
  • Wildlife Habitat Manager
  • Watershed or Riparian Ecologist
  • Wildland/Prescribed Fire Manager
  • Natural Resources GIS Specialist
  • Natural Resources Educator
  • Extension Educator
  • Range Ecologist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Rangeland Livestock Manager
  • Invasive Plant Manager
  • Field Botanist
  • Restoration Ecologist
  • Tribal Land Manager
  • Rangeland/Forest Interaction Manager
Students working in an open field

Employment Opportunities:

Students working in a field
  • USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service
  • USDI-Bureau of Land Management
  • USDI-Fish and Wildlife Service
  • USDI-National Park Service
  • State Wildlife Agencies
  • Natural Resource/Conservation Districts
  • Private Conservation Organizations
  • Bank and Federal Lending Agencies
  • USDA-U.S. Forest Service
  • Private and Corporate Landowners/Ranchers
  • Environmental Consulting Firms
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • State Land Commissions
  • State and Local Weed Control Districts
  • State Departments of Environmental Quality
  • Cooperative Extension Service
Buffalo grazing near a shallow pond

For students that may be interested in...

  • Working outdoors
  • Enjoying the ranching lifestyle
  • Hunting and fishing
  • Plants
  • Wildlife
  • Fire
  • Working with others
  • A love of land management
  • Working with animals
  • Range, soils, and land judging
  • Soils
  • Technology
  • Forests
  • Improving the world in which they live in

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