Kimberly C. Ingram

Forest Stewardship Education Coordinator
2801 Second Street
Davis, CA 95618 Create VCard

Also in:
El Dorado County


M.Ed. Adult Education & Training, Colorado State University. 2019
B.A. Political Science & Environmental Ethics, Humboldt State University. 1992



Forest and natural resources education; adult education; facilitation

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  • Ingram, Kim (2024). Diversity in small forest landowner goals across the globe: A brief look at California, Ireland and Slovenia. Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals.S. Kocher. March.
  • Ingram, Kim (2024). Empowerment and Incentivization for Forest Management. UC Delivers.S. Kocher. Online, UC ANR. March 11.
  • Ingram, Kim; Norville, Tori (2023). Forest Management Plans for Private Forest Landowners – Why you need one! UC ANR Forest Stewardship Fact Sheets.
  • Ingram, Kim (2022). California small forest landowners describe concerns and barriers to managing their forests and oak woodlands. Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals.S. Kocher. October.
  • Ingram, Kim (2022). California’s Small Forest Landowners: Goals and barriers of motivated landowners. Forest Landowners of California Family Forest News. 59, 5. Fall.
  • Ingram, Kim; Kocher, Susan, et al. (2022). California's Small Forest Landowners:Goals and barriers of landowners motivated to manage their forests. A report to the CA Fire and Forest Resilience Task Force. November.
  • Ingram, Kim (2020). [Bi-monthly] Forest Stewardship Newsletter.S. Kocher. Ongoing.
  • Ingram, Kim (2020). [Bi-monthly]Forest Research and Outreach Blogs.S. Kocher. Ongoing.
  • Ingram, Kim (2020). Cruising During COVID. Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals.S. Kocher. Summer.
  • Ingram, Kim C; Kocher, Susan et al. (2014). Facilitation Skills for a Collaborative Adaptive Management Process. A workbook to train natural resource managers and stakeholders in facilitation of collaborative projects. January.

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