Kellie Wilson-Burt is a Colusa County native. She grew up with strong ties to the agricultural industry and was very active in 4-H and FFA. She has always had a passion for agriculture and is a strong advocate for farmers/ranchers helping them do what they do best – grow food for our Nation and care for the land.
Kellie is passionate about sustainable farming. Everything is about healthy soils she says! In addition, Kellie stays in tune with other important natural resource topics such as water quantity, water quality, innovative best management practices, fire prevention and more. She brings excitement and dedication to the RCD as well as the agriculture industry through implementing community outreach and events.
In addition to joining the RCD in 2021, Kellie and her husband own an excavation/construction/trucking company. They also broker hay. And believe it or not, she has another role working part-time for Emerald Farms during harvest.
Kellie is extremely active in the Glenn County community. She is a Willows Chamber of Commerce Director, City of Willows Planning Commissioner, Project Glennco Founding Member and Director in which she volunteers to put on the Willows Street Fair (farmers market), Glenn County Ag Grievance Board Member, Maxwell High School Rodeo Committee Member, and Blue and Gold Boosters.
In her free time, Kellie enjoys her kid’s academics, sports, and rodeo activities. She loves to travel, spend summer days in the jeep or on the water, cooking, and spending time with her family and animals.