Ebony Presha’s role is focused on creating greater forestry career awareness and expanding diversity at Rayonier.
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, 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.
Students operated heavy equipment, flew drones and met with foresters as they learned about the many high-demand careers in the forestry industry.
Zack Jones took the initiative to build a real-time reporting tool that’s become a game-changer for the forestry team. He saw the need within the organization for better reporting and visualization around the company’s mobile land management software system and did something about it.
A decades-old tradition for forestry college students, Southern Forestry Conclave is an action-packed event that brings over a dozen schools together to compete.
Rayonier’s Kim Sartor is the face of our community giving efforts, ensuring we take an active role in doing good for the communities where we live and work, including volunteering, donating blood and making financial donations to important causes.
Rayonier employees came up with their own version of TED Talks to learn from each other across disciplines. Thanks to video conferencing, Rayonier's Peer Group includes presenters and attendees sharing ideas from Florida, across the U.S., and in New Zealand.
Rayonier is proud to welcome the Florida Forestry Teachers’ Tour to our land every year to learn about sustainable forestry. This intensive school teachers’ learning experience allows educators to gain a deep understanding of the important role forestry plays in the world.