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Land Trust or Preserve Managers

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Tramping around in the wilderness, inventorying plant and animal species, working outdoors to help develop a natural area—all of these are possibilities for people working in land or water conservation, particularly if they are working as a natural scientist or in support of the scientists. Administrators, communicators, lawyers, and others more often will find themselves in offices, of course, especially when they are working for larger organizations. Outdoor jobs in this field are very popular. People in land and water conservation tend to stay in their jobs longer than people in other environmental careers, attesting to the appeal of these jobs.

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