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Forestry certificate students learn the basics of maintaining the health of forests, from forest regeneration techniques for promoting growth to thinning stands of trees with fire. Additionally, candidates study the management of parks and wildlife areas, as well as other responsibilities of foresters. Students acquire the skills necessary for operating forest parks and protecting the plants and animals that reside within them. While on-campus programs are common, there are few programs in forestry available through distance education.