Shortly after accepting employment with the Montana Natural Resource Damage Program in 1996, Bob became acquainted with MEIC’s work. He quickly discovered that if there was a Montana watershed or a mountain that touched his heart, or some aspect of our natural environment essential to healthy biodiversity, MEIC had a hand in advocating for them, for him, and for all of us.
Since 1993, Bob has practiced law, focusing on environmental protection, preservation, restoration, and enforcement. In 2009 he opened his private environmental, social justice, and civil rights practice.
Bob looks forward to the opportunity of providing his assistance to MEIC’s outstanding board and staff. He says, “Together we can continue to assist our elected representatives to look before they leap, to think before they act, and thereby continue to make real and meaningful our constitutional right to a clean and healthful environment.”