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Gain valuable knowledge and skills needed for entry-level ecosystem stewardship positions. Explore physical, chemical and biological concepts of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems while you learn about the principles of conservation and how climate change impacts ecosystems management. Course content includes environmental management strategies in relation to laws, regulations, and policies, as well as professional, ethical, and safe behaviors for all areas of practice.
Funding is available to cover the cost of tuition for registered students.
This training is being delivered because the industry has identified natural resource and ecosystem stewardship micro-credential training opportunities as critical to planned organizational succession strategies and sustainability.
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