To be a Restoration Specialist it is vital to research the link that connects the environment and organisms in differentiated situations. They will then make a recommendation on how to improve and replenish ecosystems. Restoration Specialists closely watch over the application of their recommendations and provide support when needed.
What responsibilities will I have?
What education and training is required?
A bachelor’s degree in biology or a related field, such as horticulture, chemistry or environmental science is required.
To pursue a career as a Restoration Specialist
The following high school courses are recommended:agricultural education, a focus on science, earth science, biology, botany, chemistry, and mathematics.
Universities, government agencies, consulting firms, research laboratories, museums, field stations, parks and recreation areas.
Future Job Market/Outlook:
With increasing concerns for environmental preservation job opportunities will continue to grow.
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