Kammy Kern-Korot

woman in field vest standing by edge of creekKammy provides program leadership and technical assistance as our Senior Conservationist. She manages the district’s Healthy Streams Program, develops restoration and special habitat projects, supports rural landowners, and serves on the district’s Leadership Team. She has been with the District since 2004. Previously, Kammy was a Natural Resource Specialist at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, coordinating habitat protection in the Habitat and Wildlife Divisions and the North Willamette Basin regional office. She also worked in coastal zone wetland protection at the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development. Kammy began her career with the US Peace Corps in Senegal, West Africa and the African Development Foundation, and consulted with the U.S. Forest Service International Forestry Program. Kammy concentrated on agro-forestry in Haiti and Central America and on energy and pollution prevention in Washington, D.C. She received her undergraduate degree from Harpur College of Arts and Sciences and an M.S. in natural resource management from the University of Michigan. Kammy enjoys spending time with friends and family, being outdoors, being an involved and informed citizen, and tending to her 1920s house and garden. She likes people, plants, animals, bicycling, warm water bodies, languages and culture, and reading. Her favorite native plant is the rare and declining Oregon white oak tree and her favorite animal is her cat named Fluffy.


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