Maureen Teubert has over 20 years of experience working in the conservation and natural resource management fields and has been employed with the WSRCD for over a decade. Maureen has a Bachelor of Science in Forestry with an Environmental Ethics Minor from Humboldt State University (2001). During her tenure at the WSRCD, Maureen has been instrumental in planning, coordinating, evaluating and implementing programs and projects in all areas of the District. Maureen has written an administered dozens of grants and was the Project Manager for the ten-year Interlakes Stewardship Agreement with the Redding BLM Field Office that resulted in multiple fuels reduction projects throughout the Chappie-Shasta OHV Area west of Redding. In addition to her work at the WSRCD, Maureen has an extensive background in natural resource management. Following her graduation from HSU, Maureen worked for Pacific Lumber Company (PALCO), helping to implement their Habitat Conservation Plan as part of their interdisciplinary Science Team. During her time at PALCO, Maureen worked in the field, completing extensive stream and habitat monitoring including channel surveys, fish habitat surveys, stream sediment sampling, turbidity monitoring, stream temperature monitoring, large woody debris surveys, and various other stream and water related monitoring. Maureen has extensive experience in water resource management including performing groundwater, surface and waste-water monitoring, field collection and lab processing of water quality samples; stream velocity measurements and other aquatic monitoring applications. In addition, Maureen worked as a consultant for Haling & Associates, in Chico, CA as a Staff Hydrologist and for Dynamic Planning + Science based in Montrose, CO, as a Senior Planner.