Conservation scientists and foresters manage the use and development of forests, rangelands, and other natural resources. These lands supply wood products, livestock forage, minerals, and water. They serve as sites for recreational activities and provide habitats for wildlife. Some workers advise private landowners on the use and management of their land and may design and implement programs that make the land healthier and more productive.
Why is this Important?
- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|The Forest Products Journal, which is published 10 times a year, is only available to members of the Forest Products Society and is part of the services provided in the annual Membership dues.||Visit|
|Forest Industry Network||A collection of forestry magazines and trade journals from Forest Industry Network.||Visit|
|American Forests publication...||Visit|
|Tappi Journal||This is the leading publication for information on the pulp, paper, packaging and converted products. It is a monthly magazine of general interest to the pulp and paper industry.||Visit|
|Logging & Sawmilling Journal||A magazine about the people, equipment and management techniques that shape the forest industry in Canada. Logging & Sawmilling Journal covers the highly integrated silviculture, harvesting and timber processing industry from the small logging contractor and portable sawmiller.||Visit|
|Tree Farmer Magazine||Tree Farmer, the Practical Guide to Sustainable Forestry is the official magazine of ATFS.||Visit|
|Published monthly. The mission of the Journal is to advance the profession of forestry by keeping professionals informed about significant developments and ideas in forest science, natural resource management, and forest policy.||Visit|