Ken Bevis is the Stewardship Biologist for the Washington Department of Natural Resource’s (DNR) Small Forest Landowner office. Ken is originally from Virginia, and has lived in Washington since 1986. He has worked for the U. S. Forest Service, Yakama Indian Nation, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (15 years) and now, DNR. He holds a BS in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Tech (1979), and a Masters of Biology from Central Washington University (1994), where he studied woodpeckers and dead trees. He now helps landowners learn how to manage small private forest lands for forests and wildlife. He frequently teaches workshops and classes for Washington State University Extension programs. He sings, is fascinated with dead trees and works to find humor in everything.
Ken Bevis, Statewide Stewardship Fish and Wildlife Biologist, (Washington)
E-mail: Ken.Bevis@dnr.wa.gov Phone: 360-489-4802