Foresters and conservation scientists are responsible for managing the use and development of forests, rangelands, and other natural resources. Foresters are in charge of overseeing activities for the economic, recreational, conservational, and environmental benefit of the nation's forests. Conservation scientists are responsible for managing, improving, and protecting the country's national resources by devising means to use and improve the land while protecting the environment.
Environmental scientists and specialists analyze air, food, water, and soil for the purpose of identifying health and environmental hazards and finding solutions to these issues. Degradation, conservation, recycling, and replenishment are all key issues that environmental workers must understand. Environmental specialists often use their knowledge to design and monitor waste disposal sites, preserve water supplies, and reclaim contaminated land and water.
Landscape architects add beauty to our world by designing gardens, public parks, shopping centers, residential areas and more. They also work to restore wetlands, stream corridors, mined areas, and forested land. Landscape architects work closely with commercial and residential building architects; they also interact with surveyors, engineers, and environmental scientists. They analyze climate, soil, land slope, drainage, and current vegetation before creating detailed landscape plans.