Jobs involve carrying out forest and felling operations, and planning and maintaining gardens, landscaping and nurseries.
As a gardener or landscape gardener, your practical skills in horticulture, creativity, and self-motivation allow you to shape and maintain green spaces of all kinds. Here you can find more information on the type of roles available, how to get them, and where your career could take you.
As a worker in the horticultural trades, often called a horticulturist, you'll be an expert in the growing, harvesting and selling of plants or plant products. Here you can find out more about building a career in the horticultural trades, see what it involves and learn how you can get into the industry.
As a worker in this field, sometimes described as a farmer or farm manager, you'll be an organised and proactive decision maker who drives the smooth working of a farm or estate. Read on to learn more about careers in this field, find out what your day-to-day job will involve, and what you should study and do to get a role.
As a manager or proprietor in the forestry or fishing industry (or similar), you'll organise and manage what goes on at various wildlife, environmental and outdoor establishments. Keep reading to see what a career in this field is like and what you might need to study to qualify.