Conservation Programs Coordinator
Robb has lived in Teton County since 2001, and joined TCD in May of 2007.
Robb worked with landowners in Teton County to control noxious weeds through the Noxious Weed Cost-Share Program for three years, and was part of a working group that is managing the spread of aquatic invasive species into Wyoming. Currently, he is also working on digital mapping projects, including acquiring digital historical aerial photos, and LiDAR data acquisition projects. Robb has been leading a cooperative project to collect soil and vegetation data on grazing allotments, and developing cooperative monitoring strategies for these areas.
His prior experience includes consulting for Headwaters Ecological Services, in Jackson, collecting forestry data and producing Environmental Assessments. Robb spent five years with the local Forest Service as Trail Supervisor, designing, building and maintaining trails. He detailed as a Public Affairs Specialist, and also detailed in as Writer/Editor for the Forest Planning Team in 2006.
Robb is a graduate of the University of Richmond, VA, with a BS in Biology, and has a Masters Certificate in Natural Resources Management from Virginia Polytechnic and State University.
Alpine touring, cycling, hunting, and volunteering for Teton County Search and Rescue round out Robb's time.