College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

Forestry and Natural Resources

Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR) focuses on the conservation and restoration of the earth's natural resources through hands-on study of the ecology, stewardship, and management of forest, woodland, and grassland ecosystems. The program offers concentrations in natural sciences or in human dimensions of natural resources, and if the student chooses, can qualify the student for taking the Registered Professional Forester's licensing exam in California.

Sample Classes

  • Forestry Field Camp
  • Terrestrial Resource Ecology
  • Geography and Physical Landscapes
  • The Biosphere
  • Forest Ecology
  • American Wildlife
  • Biology, Mathematics, Economics, Chemistry

ESPM General Catalog

Careers for FNR Majors

  • US Forest Service
  • Forest fire service
  • Teaching and forest research
  • Conservation and resource management
  • Environmental consulting
  • Timber, real estate, or other business consulting

FNR careers

Undergraduate Advising

Eva Wong
(510) 642-6730 260 Mulford Hall
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-3100

The Forestry Club

The Forestry Club hosts bean feeds, competes in logging sports, attends national forestry conferences, and organizes many other excellent campus events.