Ebony Presha’s role is focused on creating greater forestry career awareness and expanding diversity at Rayonier.
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.
North Carolina State graduate student Austin Cary gives us an inside look at his Rayonier mentorship experience through his school’s new National Needs Fellowship. The program is designed to bring more people of color into forestry.
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.
Alabama A&M University’s student-led wildfire fighting squad gives future foresters hands-on experience in wildfire management, supporting firefighting efforts in Alabama’s forests and educating the community about fire prevention.
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.
Olivia Johnson says more women and minorities are enrolling in forestry programs, bringing new perspectives that will enrich the industry in the years to come.