Jeannie Habben

Jeannie Habben

Environmental Consultant | Independent

Jeannie Habben has 14-years of experience as a Watershed Coordinator, Resource Conservation District Coordinator, administrator, facilitator, and/or coordinator of many water and natural resource groups in the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada foothills. She made the switch to work on the Environment after over twenty years working with people in Human Resources in various industries. Her degree in Human Resource Management and Organizational Development gives her the organizational and people skills to work on education and outreach to organizations and individuals while building partnerships and collaborations where they are needed. With a focus on water and groundwater, invasive/non-native plants, fuels and vegetation management, and drought issues she works mostly in Madera County, but covers the Central Valley (six counties) as well as the foothills (three counties), to assist the landowners and agencies with county, state, and federal projects, policies, and grants. She likes to say that she lives what she speaks and believes. When she and her husband built their home, they built it nearly fire proof and net zero; while fighting to change several ordinances with the County Planning/Building Department along the way. Their home was featured in two PBS episodes of “The Green Planet” series as well as other publications referred to as “Trail Blazing Extreme Green.”

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