With more than two decades of land conservation experience in the region, Heidi coordinated the Washington Association of Land Trusts from 2010-2015, where she worked with two dozen land conservation organizations from around the state. Prior to that she directed the Jefferson Land Trust on the Olympic Peninsula, and served as outreach director for The Cascades Conservation Partnership, a campaign that raised $84 million to protect almost 50,000 acres of habitat in the Central Cascades. She also sits on the board of the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition. She now consults with conservation organizations on building the support they need for their work and on select land, food and community related projects.
Heidi has been a resident of Jefferson County on the Olympic Peninsula for nearly 35 years and spends the majority of her time working from our office at the historic Brown Dairy in Chimacum. She grew up in a commercial fishing family and fished with her parents in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Eisenhour earned a B.S. in Environmental Science from Evergreen State College. She lives in Port Hadlock, WA with her husband, two cairn terriers and 18 chickens.