Forest Resources and Land Management II (Standard)
The second level of Forest Resources and Land Management is recommended for students considering post-secondary studies and/or careers in natural resources. Students will spend a majority of their time in the field studying the principles and methods of timber cruising, management planning, and harvest operations. Students will be provided opportunities for hands-on instruction in the fundamentals of road layout, design, and constructions; tree felling, limbing, and bucking; sawmilling; firewood processing; maple-syrup production; and value-added marketing.
Open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.