Robb Krehbiel has spent the last several years of his professional and academic career working on wildlife issues in the Northern Rockies.
Before joining NPCA, Robb was an independent consultant, specializing GIS, spatial analysis, landscape-level planning, and policy and management analysis. He worked on various projects, such as analyzing USFS roads for decommissioning, identifying carnivore connectivity areas, and assessing the risk of contact between domestic and bighorn sheep. Prior to moving to Montana, Robb was the Program Associate with Environment Washington in Seattle. There, he worked on banning plastic bags in over a dozen cities and securing a National Monument designation in the San Juan islands. Robb graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Maryland with a master’s of science in sustainable development and conservation biology. He also graduated Magna Cum Laude from Drake University with a bachelors of science in environmental science and a bachelors of arts in politics. Robb enjoys hiking, backpacking, traveling, brewing beer, cooking, and spending time with his dog.