The average pay for a Forest Worker is $36,813 a year and $18 an hour in Delaware, United States.
The average salary range for a Forest Worker is between $28,125 and $43,967.
On average, a Bachelor's Degree is the highest level of education for a Forest Worker.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Delaware, United States.
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Reforests and protects timber tracts and maintains forest facilities, such as roads and campsites.
Plants tree seedlings in specified pattern, using mattock, planting hoe, or dibble.
Cuts out diseased, weak, or undesirable trees, and prunes limbs of young trees to deter knot growth, using handsaw, power saw, and pruning tools.
Fells trees, clears brush from fire breaks, and extinguishes flames and embers to suppress forest fires, using chain saw, shovel, and engine-driven or hand pumps.
Clears and piles brush, limbs, and other debris from roadsides, fire trails, and camping areas, using ax, mattock, or brush hook.
Sprays or injects trees, brush, and weeds with herbicides, using hand or powered sprayers or tree injector tool.
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Forest Worker Job Listings for Delaware, United States