Wendy Warren began working as the District Manager at the Antrim Conservation District in August of 2018. She comes to the District with a wealth of experience managing projects and finding integrated, creative solutions to make them successful. She is passionate about protecting land and water quality and proud to be part of an organization that promotes protection of our natural resources and practical conservation.
Growing up on a 40 acre farm with grass-fed beef in Southwest Michigan, Wendy has fond memories of bailing hay, cleaning out the barn with her father, and playing with her brothers in the streams and woods that lined the fields. As a military spouse, Wendy received 24 years of on-the-job experience all over the U.S. from Hawaii to Maine. Having been previously employed by two soil & water conservation districts, one resource & development council, two extension offices, two local governments, and two large corporations, she has a broad array of experiences to employ while working with the team at
Antrim Conservation District and its many projects and partnerships.
Warren and her husband have two grown children and one grandson. She enjoys cross country skiing, snowshoeing, gardening, cooking, fine arts, and hiking with her two labs. Additionally, her passion for old historic buildings and Victorian architecture has led her to renovate two – one hundred year old homes.