Ronda Burnett

Community Conservation Planner, Missouri Department of Conservation

Ronda Burnett

Community Conservation Planner, Missouri Department of Conservation

Biography

Ronda Burnett has been a Community Conservation Planner with the Missouri Department of Conservation since 2005. She helps communities connect to nature and enjoy the enhanced quality of life made possible by healthy fish, forest, and wildlife resources. Ronda holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University and a Master of Urban, Environmental, and Land Use Planning from the University of Kansas. Currently, Ronda serves as Chair of the Missouri Prairie Foundation’s Grow Native! Committee. She also serves as Immediate-Past President of the Ozark Mountain Section of the American Planning Association Missouri Chapter and as Co-Chair of the Community Partnership of the Ozarks’ Environmental Collaborative in Springfield. In 2018, Ronda became a published author when the Conservation Commission of Missouri published her award-winning reference manual, Conservation Planning Tools for Missouri Communities.

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