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Water conservationists are conservation scientists with specialist knowledge of water conservation. Water conservationists perform surveys, monitor water conditions, develop plans for water conservation and design guidelines for sustainable use of water resources. Their exact tasks may vary depending on the organization they are employed by. In an organization that works with farmers, a water conservationist may educate farmers on better techniques for soil and water conservation.
A bachelor's degree is the minimum qualification required to become a water conservationist. Completing a master's degree can boost your employment potential. Some companies may require a master's degree as the minimum qualification. To work in this role you must be genuinely interested in environmental conservation as a whole. This is largely an outdoor job so you must be prepared to travel and work in all types of weather conditions. Completing an internship under an experienced water conservationist will help you understand exactly what the job entails. It will also help you assess your suitability to this role and your ability to handle the rigors of the job.
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