Kama Ross began her position as the Forestry Assistance Program Forester for Leelanau, Benzie and Grand Traverse Conservation Districts on October 2013. Most recently she served as the FAP Forester for Wexford and Missaukee Conservation Districts and earlier in her career for Otsego County. She also enjoyed a career as an outdoor and environmental educator at Kettunen Center, Michigan’s 4-H Conference Center in Tustin. She is very glad to be sharing her passion for forestry with area landowners. Kama is the owner of a 40-acre tree farm in Otsego County. After receiving her forestry degree from Michigan State University, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay. Kama has three grown children. Traveling and music are two of her other passions which bring joy to her life. She’s looking forward to meeting area landowners and providing forest stewardship assistance. Contact Kama at 231-256-9783 or email@example.com.
Kama's Korner: Helpful News & Views from Our District Forester
Follow-up care for bare root seedlings
Visit the following pages to learn about the forestry services offered through the District:
Assisted Tree Range Expansion Project
Forestry Assistance Now Available
Forest Pest Alerts
Qualified Foresters Serving Leelanau County
Qualified Forest Program (QFP) – Property Tax Incentives
Timber Sale Assistance
Women Owning Woodlands
Click on the cover image above to download an outstanding resource for lakefront property owners, resource and outreach professionals.
If you are interested in obtaining a hard copy of the Shoreline Living booklet, please contact Erin Fuller with the Van Buren Conservation District at Erin.Fuller@mi.nacdnet.net before July 1, 2020.