Environment, Natural Resources, and Wildlife

This CLAS Career Network encompasses professions that cultivate, explore, and enhance the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabit it. The planet itself is a precious and dynamic entity that not only provides food, fuel, and comfort, but also harnesses immense destructive power. These elements must be managed ethically, safely, and sustainably. Additionally, the wildlife of the planet provide their own beauty and challenges, and their management must be handled with the care and sensitivity to maintain ecological balance.

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Outdoor Jobs: Careers that take you Beyond the Cubicle December 17, 2018- These professions get you outside the office—at all salary and education levels. More...
New OneUSDA Internships Announced December 17, 2018- U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the “OneUSDA Internship” opportunity for Summer 2019. As part of the Federal Pathways Program, the OneUSDA Internship will provide students a way to… More...
Do Research at Harvard Forest this summer! December 17, 2018- The Harvard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology is an opportunity for students to participate in 11 weeks of mentored, paid, independent research focusing on the effects of natural and… More...
CLAS Alumni Spotlight: Jenna Davis December 17, 2018- I am now 21 months into my Peace Corps service in Zambia as a food security specialist. My work here is to promote conservation agriculture, agroforestry, and various income generating… More...

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Christine Richmond
Christine Richmond

Christine has curated the content for this page so you can view the latest thinking, articles, experiences, and programs related to Environment, Natural Resources, and Wildlife. She’s located in the Academic Advising Center in Farrior Hall. To get updates and additional info, as well as information about relevant events, join the Environment, Natural Resources, and Wildlife network.