About FOR 122 Z1

An integrated field course that focuses on acquiring skills to investigate, through quantification and interpretation, the flora, fauna, and abiotic components (soils, physiography, water, and microclimate) of forest ecosystems. Also covers consulting forestry, timber markets, industrial and family forestry, forest roads, timber inventory, and visits wood processing facilities. Prerequisite: NR 140.

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Dates: May 23 - June 17, 2022; Prereqs: FOR 021 and FOR 111; 3-week intensive field course with in person meetings MTWRFS May 24 - June 12; Pre-work required

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