Association of State Wetland Managers - Protecting the Nation's Wetlands.

writes The Compleat Wetlander, a blog about all things wetlands.  When she is not writing about, talking about or thinking about wetlands, she can generally be found running through them with her camera on adventurous and occasionally disastrous attempts to explore the local snowmobile trails out of season.  She has been Executive Director of the Association of State Wetland Managers since 2001.  Through no real plan of her own she has spent the last 30 years working on wetlands, wildlife and watersheds.  Prior to relocating to Maine she lived  in “Waters of the U.S.”  on a boat named ‘No Net Loss’ in Washington, DC, where she worked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.   Jeanne is a 2007 winner of the National Wetlands Award for Education and Outreach and has a few awards from places like the Department of Justice and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that she stored in a box that she can’t find—much to the frustration of her staff who told her she was supposed to list them so people would be impressed when they read this bio.  Currently she lives in an 1860 farmhouse in Windham, ME with her husband Larry and their ‘rescued’ and extremely spoiled animal companions Tux, Gabby, and Massey.

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