ForestryDegree.net is a website dedicated to helping prospective students find their path in the forestry profession. We provide resources designed to help streamline the overwhelming process of finding the right degree program and the right school. There are many variables in selecting a degree program so it’s important to know how to differentiate one from another.
Forestry is a growing field with diverse career options, some with an outdoor office. At ForestryDegree.net, we strive to match your interests with a degree program that successfully prepares you for a long-term and rewarding career. You can search our site to find accredited programs along with useful information on admissions, degree types, and concentration areas.
Our Most Useful Resources
Our informative articles, blog posts, and list of accredited degree programs will help you expand your opportunities. We also link prospective students to a variety of different programs in forestry and other related fields that prepare you for a number of different jobs. These programs have been been carefully vetted and selected by our team.
Timeline (A Short History of Our Site)
- December 2010: ForestryDegree.net goes live and begins its journey of helping prospective forestry students learn about the field.
- January 2015: We hire Christina Warburg, a park ranger in Wyoming, as our site blogger.
- August 2015: Our team compiles a list of 100 useful online resources for forestry students and professional.
- July 2018: ForestryDegree.net relaunches with fresh content, updated guides, and a new design.
Meet Christina, Our Site BloggerChristina Adele Warburg is a Seasonal Park Ranger in and full time resident of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. She was born and raised in Southern California and graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in 2013 from California Baptist University.
She is passionate about the outdoors and the conservation efforts focused on them. Living in the National Parks provides ample opportunities for her other hobby, photography. Her photos have recently been published in places like Time and Outside Magazines as some of the Top National Park photos of 2014.