Greg Haller


Greg has over 10 years experience working in collaborative processes…

Greg has over 10 years experience working in collaborative processes focused on complex river basin management issues, including the development of the Nez Perce water rights settlement, hydropower operations in the Columbia River Basin, relicensing of the Hells Canyon Complex, the development of Total Maximum Daily Loads and other provisions of the Clean Water Act. Greg has a law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law, with emphases in water law and Native American law, and a Master’s degree in environmental management and natural resource economics from Cornell University. A native of Ithaca, New York, Greg grew up surrounded by streams, waterfalls and lakes and developed his passion for river conservation through fly fishing these waters with his father.