Kyle Williams is the Program Coordinator for the Antrim Conservation District working on important conservation programs such as soil erosion, invasive species, and water quality. Kyle grew up on Silver Lake in Traverse City, where he spent most of his days in the water. He developed a passion for the outdoors, and the waters of our state. His position with the Antrim Conservation District allows him to pursue his passion for the outdoors and working in fields that fit his skill set and career desires.
Kyle served four years in the United States Army before returning to Michigan and continuing his education. Kyle obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Eastern Michigan University. His course work emphasized conservation and the study of aquatic and wetland habitats and the creatures that call these environments home. Kyle has worked throughout the state of Michigan treating invasive plants, and managing habitat utilizing chemical and mechanical means. After traveling the state for work, Kyle is extremely excited to be a part of his local conservation district and impacting the community around his home.
Kyle and his wife have three young boys, two dogs, a cat, and a handful of chickens that keep them constantly entertained. In his free time, Kyle enjoys downhill skiing, disc golfing, kayaking, and just about any activity that gets him and his family outside and spending time together.