Environment and Natural Resource Management

Environmental Resource Management involves participating in scientific efforts to conserve the overall quality of various lands, including forests, parks, mountain ranges, and other areas of natural splendor.

Environmental Resource Managers observe various conservation efforts and other land-use activities to ensure that all government regulations are properly implemented and that the land will remain usable for future generations. They are often responsible for the actual planning and management of various lands containing natural resources, including the negotiation of contracts with companies and other entities that may wish to use these lands. In short, Environmental Resource Managers work with private landowners, companies, and the government to improve the quality of our natural resources, while protecting the long-term health of the land.

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