Jane Hartline

Jane is passionate about native plants, habitat restoration, birds, frogs, and turtles. After a 29-year career as Marketing Manager of the Oregon Zoo, she retired and founded the Sauvie Island Habitat Partnership. Through this role she co-authored the Sauvie Island & Multnomah Channel Bottomlands Conservation Opportunities, a book published by the West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District that inspires and informs the future management and appreciation of natural resources, habitat and wildlife on Sauvie Island.

Jane also leads a crew of volunteer Weed Warriors, and organizes volunteers for the Harborton Frog Shuttle, which transports frogs from Forest Park, across Highway 30 to their breeding grounds, and back. She lives on Sauvie Island where she operates Sauvie Island Natives Nursery and delights in helping people pick plants that benefit wildlife. She is also on the boards of the Scappoose Bay Watershed Council and the Oregon Conservation Recreation Fund, and is active with the Lower Willamette Native Turtle Conservation Group.