CAKE CISMA Coordinator
Dusty Jordan is the Invasive Species Coordinator at the Antrim Conservation District. Dusty received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with a Natural Resources Option from Central Michigan University (CMU), and a Master’s Degree in Conservation Biology specializing in Wildlife Ecology, also from CMU. Prior to becoming the CAKE-CISMA Coordinator, Dusty worked for the USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services as a Wildlife Specialist where he investigated and managed invasive feral swine reports in the Central Michigan area. His professional interests include: invasive species, human-wildlife conflict, wildlife damage management, wildlife disease and herpetology.
Dusty grew up in West Michigan enjoying the Muskegon River and the great outdoors of Newaygo County. This upbringing is what helped foster a passion for the outdoors and lead him to pursue a career in biology. In his free time, he enjoys backpacking, kayaking, hunting, fishing and generally anything outdoors.