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  • You will see the forest for more than just the trees.

  • Get hands-on learning from passionate instructors

  • Experiential learning brings classroom knowlege to life.

  • Industry connections enhance learning

  • Collaborate with classmates in a field setting.

  • You will dig deep and uncover your natural career potential

Program At-A-Glance

Length of Study: 
2-Year
Accreditation: 
Diploma
Campus: 
Castlegar

The BC Forest Professional

Article on Selkirk's Forestry Program in BC Forest Professional
Read more about Selkirk's Forest Technology Program in the July - Aug 2013 Edition.

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Students in the School of Environment & Geomatics wrapped up their first year of study at Selkirk College taking part in a rewarding field school along the banks of the Columbia River just north of Trail.

Students in the School of Environment & Geomatics wrapped up their first year of study at Selkirk College taking part in a rewarding field school along the banks of the Columbia River just north of Trail.

As communities across British Columbia heighten efforts to protect from wildfire, students in the Selkirk College Forest Technology Program continued their partnership with the City of Castlegar to help with fuel mitigation efforts in the most vulnerable areas.

As communities across British Columbia heighten efforts to protect from wildfire, students in the Selkirk College Forest Technology Program are continuing their partnership with the City of Castlegar to help with fuel mitigation efforts in the most vulnerable areas.

Selkirk College is set to celebrate Grad 2018 at the Castlegar Campus on April 27 with students, families and friends. As we prepare for the big day, meet Integrated Environmental Planning Program student Chris Black who has been chose as the Class of 2018's valedictorian.

Selkirk College is set to celebrate Grad 2018 at the Castlegar Campus on April 27 with students, families and friends. As we prepare for the big day, meet Integrated Environmental Planning Program student Chris Black who has been chosen as the Class of 2018's valedictorian.

Discovering a new ecosystem and exploring the importance of Indigenous culture within the resource industry was the focus of a recent journey west to Merritt for students in the Selkirk College Forest Technology Program.

Discovering a new ecosystem and exploring the importance of Indigenous culture within the resource industry was the focus of a recent journey west to Merritt for students in the Selkirk College Forest Technology Program.

What Students Say

I found that Selkirk's Forestry Technology  program was very field-based and designed around real world applications.
- Aiden Wiechulam Forestry Technology Program 2012 Graduate. Current UBC, obtaining Masters.