Natural Resources

If students choose to enter a career in the outdoors upon graduation, they are ready with an understanding of natural resource management and conservation, forest ecosystem processes, environmental law and economics, forest health issues, and forest and wildlife ecology. The program utilizes the 100 plus acres of Alvirne's registered tree farm as a laboratory for operating forest equipment, managing, and studying forest ecosystems. The Palmer Center's Natural Resources graduates are well prepared to gain entry level work in resource conservation or arboriculture, or to continue their education at the postsecondary level in forest and wildlife management, or environmental science and conservation.


Watch our video to learn more about the Natural Resources Program.

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