Adrienne Hobbins serves as the program manager for the Conservancy’s Pennsylvania restoration work. In this role, Hobbins supervises PA staff and oversees a partnership of over 40 organizations collaborating to restore 30 agriculturally impaired streams by 2023. Hobbins comes to the Conservancy with a breadth of local, on-the-ground knowledge of watershed management, natural resource needs and data gaps within the Susquehanna River Basin. She is a graduate of Lebanon Valley College with a bachelor’s degree in biology and has a master’s degree in biology with a focus on freshwater ecology from Missouri State University. Hobbins is a native of central Pennsylvania and currently resides in Watsontown, Pa., with her husband Andrew and their Goldendoodle Ruby.