As the forest products market goes through its ups and downs, Rayonier’s timber marketing managers bring stability to the company by ensuring healthy sales regardless of changes in the economic environment.
The Florida Forestry Teachers’ Tour is an intense, immersive experience that allows teachers to witness the work of professionals across many aspects of the forestry industry.
Rayonier’s 2023 summer college interns share what their experiences were like in forestry and non-forestry roles.
For nearly 30 years, Phillip Smith has spent his career with Rayonier, rising from an entry-level forester to the leader of our entire Alabama team. He shares the story of his road to success as we spend a day in the life with this Rayonier leader. Phillip Smith thought Rayonier would be a quick stop...
Rayonier’s Director of Safety shares how she developed her passion for safety and the unconventional approach she takes to moving safety forward not just for Rayonier, but for our entire industry.
At Rayonier, we have the honor and privilege of working alongside small, local logging businesses. Many of these companies have been passed down for generations, and are considered an integral part of the Rayonier family. We take great pride in these partnerships and appreciate their shared commitment to the sustainability and preservation of the land...
Ebony Presha’s role is focused on creating greater forestry career awareness and expanding diversity at Rayonier.
The support employees, who do not work in the field, got to experience what it’s like to plant a forest of baby trees under the watchful eye of our foresters at this team-building event.
Rayonier Research Biometrician Stephanie Patton explains what a Forest Biometrician does and what it takes to become one.
The in-house research team not only stays on top of the latest research, but conducts research projects of their own to address challenges in our forests.
We look at several different types of logging careers and examing what it takes to get into a logging career.
What do foresters do on a daily basis? Spend a day with Rayonier Resource Land Manager Wes Yeomans!
After more than 30 years with Rayonier, Terri Hall was a natural choice to follow for a “day in the life of a forester.” Learn more about this veteran forester as she takes us through a typical day in the field.
Patrick Dravitzki shares how he switched from studying commerce to studying forestry and never looked back.
Seamus Bardoul discovered forestry early, choosing to attend the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, to bring his dreams to fruition.
The University of Florida graduate shares what it was like growing up in a logging family, and what made him choose to become a forester.
In our Rayonier Graduates series, we’re talking to recent Forestry College graduates who now work for Rayonier. In this story, Ph.D. candidate April Meeks shares her love of the technical and scientific sides of forestry and why she chose to study forestry at North Carolina State University.
A forestry major offers a wide range of high-demand job opportunities in a field that plays an important role in carbon sequestration, protecting threatened and endangered species, and improving air and water quality.
In our Rayonier Graduates series, we’re talking to recent Forestry College graduates who now work for Rayonier. In this story, New Zealand Harvest Forester Sarah de Gouw shares how she discovered that sustainable forestry was the perfect fit for her passion for science and the environment.
In our Rayonier Graduates series, we’re talking to recent Forestry College graduates who now work for Rayonier. In this story, Forester DeShaun Mincey shares his career journey, from serving in the U.S. Navy, to studying forestry and fighting wildfires at Alabama A&M University, to Rayonier.