Greg is an attorney, historian, and advocate for public lands, and holds an MA in history from
Boise State University, a JD from Harvard Law School, and a BA in history and political science
from Yale College. Prior to joining WWP, he practiced law for over a decade as a prosecutor
and government attorney. Greg has conducted historical research and written on topics centering
around the environmental and cultural history of the twentieth-century North American West,
including grazing, public lands, and rewilding. He resides in Boise and enjoys hiking, camping,
and exploring new areas of the West.