Ross Stevens

Ross Stevens

Conservation Service Corps Director

rossRoss grew up on his family’s sixth-generation farm in nearby Island Pond where he still spends much of his time managing the family woodlot and sugaring operation.

Ross graduated from Unity College in Maine with a B.S. in Environmental Science with a concentration in Ecology. He worked seasonally for more than 10 years with the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks and Recreation.

His positions with FP&R included that of a Naturalist, a supervisor for Hazardous Tree Removal crews, and a Park Ranger managing a number of local parks including Maidstone, Brighton and Elmore. During that time he also worked as an Instructor and Site Coordinator for Stone Environmental Schools of New England at various locations from the Coast of Massachusetts to the White Mountains in New Hampshire.

In addition Ross has also worked for the Vermont Institute of Natural Science as a field technician with the Loon Recovery Project and for the National Wildlife Federation as coordinator of a lead sinker exchange program. Ross traveled extensively through Europe, Central America and the U.S. working random jobs and learning about different cultures. He is the owner and operator of Nulhegan Guiding LLC. and has been the Director of the Kingdom Corps since 1998.

Ross currently lives with his two sons, Jed and Quinn, in East Burke, Vermont. Through both his personal and professional interest, Ross serves on a number of local Boards and Committees, operates the Community Drinking Water System in East Burke and is a Hunter Education instructor.

Contact Ross via email or call him at 802-723-6551 ext 117.

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