Heidi approaches every task with heart and integrity.
When you back that up with her experience and vast network of contacts,
you’ve got a recipe for success!


With extensive experience in policy, conservation, fundraising and communications functions of conservation organizations and community projects, Heidi can build systems and programs for you from the ground up.

She can undertake challenging discreet projects, providing you with an influx of experienced capacity exactly when and where you need it.

Heidi brings creativity and practicality to food projects and events based on her experience as a restaurant owner. She understands customer service, local food systems and has a robust knowledge of regional growers and producers.


There are some things you only learn through experience but once you have those experiences they are part of you and inform how you work. – Heidi Eisenhour

Heidi can:

  • Take insurmountable goals and break them into actionable steps so you achieve your goals.

  • Bring fresh vision with a strong background of getting things accomplished.

  • Build tools to guide actions and track results.

She is:

  • Optimistic, Cheerful, Detail oriented, Strategic, Pragmatic, Creative, Driven, Experienced


Heidi has such a solid basis of experience. When you couple that with her inspired creativity, you have a winner on your team. – Ray Serebrin, former Director, Jefferson County Library

Heidi is a passionate and visionary advocate for land conservation in her native Washington State. She has greatly advanced preservation of our local farms, forests and habitat through her on-the-ground work with Jefferson Land Trust, the Washington Association of Land Trusts, other regional organizations. We are so fortunate to have her as a local resource! – Sarah Spaeth, Jefferson Land Trust

The thing about Heidi — she digs into difficult work with an upbeat “can do” attitude. Combine that with her aptness at seeing the big picture and understanding what's most important, you've got a dynamo at your side." – Katy McCoy, founder and owner, Chimacum Corner Farmstand


Eisenhour Consulting, Principal, 2010 – Present

Burgerville, 2016

  • Assess supply opportunities and obstacles for key regionally sourced products.

PCC Farmland Trust, 2016

  • Coordinate public funding presentations for conservation of three Puget Sound farms.

Washington Association of Land Trusts, 2010 – 2015

  • Organized three conferences for Washington, Oregon and Idaho land trusts.

  • Coordinated advocacy committee and statewide advocacy agenda.

  • Maintained and increased membership in statewide coalition.

Jefferson Land Trust, 2014 – 2015

  • Built a program for increased individual giving and a campaign yielding over $300,000.

Whidbey Camano Land Trust, 2012

  • Audited activities and developed key communications pieces.

Jefferson County Library, 2012

  • Engaged hundreds of local residents in a $700,000 capital campaign to rebuild a beloved local library.

American Farmland Trust, Pacific Northwest Regional Director, 2015 – 2016

  • Led all regional efforts for national farmland conservation organization.

Jefferson Land Trust, Executive and Development Director, 2007 - 2011

  • Successfully directed programs and fundraising for a local land trust.

  • Managed six staff.

Click HERE for Heidi's full resume.
References available upon request.


Eisenhour Consulting