The Field Naturalist and Ecological Planning programs bring motivated students to the intersection of the natural environment and human nature. Our two-year graduate curriculum integrates science, fieldwork, critical thinking and public communications to produce leaders in environmental policy, land stewardship, research, conservation and education. Whether they go on to work in boardrooms, backyards or bogs, we give graduates the skills and dexterity to understand and explain the natural world – and to solve its problems.
Our purpose, curriculum and innovative approaches in the classroom, community and outdoors. Discover how we learn.
Students, graduates, faculty, staff and what it takes to be a Field Naturalist or Ecological Planner. Meet our academic family.
Where we work, study and deliver solutions for communities, organizations and wild places. Learn how we succeed.
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