Don't Stop Now
Now that this site has taught you a little bit about the basics of silviculture, take the time to explore the internet and discover more about what this exciting field can offer. Outdoor activities such as vegetation management, brushing, spacing, thinning, pruning, tree planting, cone picking, fire fighting, and performing silvicultural surveys can be part of an interesting and fulfilling career.
And of course, there are also a lot of options if you're interested in a career in other types of forestry. Some of your choices there would include falling (hand-logging), commercial thinning, logging (heavy equipment operator), timber-cruising, road building, contract administration, field technologist, layout, engineering, sawmill work, log truck driver, and many other options.