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Forest and Conservation Workers


Perform manual labor to maintain or protect forests, woodlands, wetlands, or rangelands.

Forest and Conservation Workers maintain natural resources, like forests, woodlands, wetlands, or rangelands. They perform manual labor. They may transport seedlings, combat insects and diseases that are harmful to plant life, or build structures to control erosion.

Wages $18.85 per hour on average  
Outlook Statewide data not available
Education & Training High School or less is needed for entry.
Related Programs (Current training programs available)
On the Job Work Activities
Career Pathways Natural Resources Systems
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