Forestry Program OutcomesForest Resources Technology AAS
Program Contact: Ron Boldenow
- Be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing,using appropriate technical language. Perform group problemsolving, decision-making and conflict management activities tofunction effectively in society.
- Demonstrate appropriate technical knowledge and practicalapplications necessary for employment in the natural (forest?)resources field.
- Be able to inventory appropriately, including identification ofplants and animals, measurements and recognition of soilproperties.
- Be able to correctly use the techniques, skills and toolsnecessary for practice in the field including GPS, maps, compass,and plant and animal identification.
- Be able to recognize, interpret and manipulate electronic dataassociated with natural resource management.
- Be able to apply forest management principles and practices tothe development and implementation of land management plans.
- Demonstrate an understanding of fire weather and fire fuels,fire protection practices, their histories and relatedpolicies.
- Understand the ecological and management principles that applyto wildlife, fish, forest, soil, water and recreationresources.