Society of American Foresters

Northwest Regions


Environmental Planner 5 - Forest Habitats Section Supervisor

Are you looking to use your expertise to create a more sustainable environment? Do you thrive on implementing highly complex forest management resource plans, policies, and regulations that impact wildlife and their natural habitats? Do you excel at building relationships with strategy partners? If so, apply to become our Forest Habitats Section Supervisor! 

Silviculture Forester

General Directive:  Planning, coordinating, supervising, and implementing forest management projects and programs in a team environment.


  • The region encompasses 149,000 acres.
  • Silviculture, harvest, transportation, and land management operations.
  • Stewardship of people and the environment.
  • Stakeholder relations.

Job Dimensions:

Inventory Forester

Lone Rock Resources, headquartered in Roseburg, Oregon, is a family-owned and operated company managing more than 150,000 acres in southwest Oregon. We are a fully integrated forest management company involved in a wide spectrum of activities including: reforestation, silviculture, inventory, cruising, forest land appraisal, surveying, road construction, log sales, and logging. Lone Rock is a progressive, cutting-edge tree growing company, with highly-skilled and motivated personnel.

Duties and Responsibilities:

CMER Wetland Scientist

This position is associated with the Washington State Forest Practices Adaptive Management Program’s Cooperative Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research (CMER) science team. The CMER Wetland Scientist will participate in a team-oriented research and monitoring program with a focus on evaluating the effectiveness of Washington state forest practices rules and regulations applicable to wetlands and riparian areas on forest lands.



Plan and supervise silviculture/GIS/Inventory activities as directed to ensure forest management goals and objectives are achieved in a manner consistent with relevant fiduciary, regulatory, and environmental guidelines.

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Forest Practices Adaptive Management Program Administrator, WMS2

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has an exciting opportunity within our Forest Practices Division. Want to make a big impact in helping to protect forests, streams and other public resources while maintaining a vibrant forest products industry in Washington? The Forest Practices Division has an opportunity for a proven leader to apply their excellent organizational management, communication, and scientific skills to lead within the Forest Practices Board’s (FPB) challenging adaptive management program.