Robyn Miller is the Conservancy's director of conservation programs. Prior to this she worked as conservation manager in northern Idaho from 2005 to 2013. Her work is focused on restoring and protecting public and private forestlands that provide significant cultural, economic and natural resource benefits to communities.
Robyn is also an active member of the Kootenai Valley Resource Initiative and the Clearwater Basin Collaborative, and serves as the Vice-Chair of the Idaho Lands Resource Coordinating Council. She has a bachelor’s degree in Forestry from the University of California at Berkeley and a master’s degree in Wildlife Resources from the University of Idaho. Prior to joining The Nature Conservancy, Robyn worked for the US Forest Service, Idaho Department of Fish & Game and private consulting firms.
Robyn’s husband, Craig, is a professor in Biology and Mathematics at the University of Idaho. Robyn and Craig have two young daughters and spend their free time together gardening, raising chickens and bees, and exploring the mountains, lakes and rivers of the Northern Rockies.