Forestry Field Camp at the University of California, Berkeley is an eight-week intensive program to provide an introduction to the scientific and professional dimensions of forest and wildland resource management. It consists of four courses: 105A, B, C, and D which provide students with 11 semester credits from the University of California, Berkeley. Forestry Field Camp is a component of the Forestry and Natural Resources program at Berkeley (though students need not be attending Berkeley to attend).
The first Forestry Field Camp was held in 1915 on the outskirts of Quincy, California. By 1917, Camp was relocated eight miles west to Meadow Valley, California, where it is still held today.
In its first century, Forestry Field Camp has continued its original mission to train students in the environment where they may spend some (or all) of their career.