Fresno Audubon Society | CONSERVATION
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Jane Manning

Jane is a native California, born right here in Fresno. She raised a family and worked in the wholesale business where she sold everything from fine jewelry to peanuts. The last 18 years of her career were spent as general manager of a multi-million dollar business operating 2 warehouses, and managing 25 people in 5 counties. She called on prisons, military bases, and the headquarter accounts for convenience stores.

For the past 15 plus years, Jane has been a member of Fresno Audubon and have served on the board multiple times. Currently she holds the Conservation Chair, which has plenty of challenges, and she loves it. She has worked with people from the National Wildlife Refuge system, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, dairy farmers and duck clubs. In 2015 Jane created the Tricolored Blackbird pin project. The pins are sold to raise money for this critically endangered bird that is found mostly in California. Jane is always open to new ideas and looks forward to hearing from you.