Natural Resource Board

NRB Volunteer Chairman

GREGORY GREENHOE

Email: greg.greenhoe@gmail.com

Greg retired in January of 2005 as the Deputy Director of Fire and Aviation Management for the Northern Region of the Forest Service. Greg currently works as an Incident Command System Trainer and Emergency Management Consultant for a wide variety of agencies, private corporations and other organizations. Greg graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree in Forest and Watershed Management and had a 34 year career with the USDA Forest Service in fire & aviation and natural resource management. Greg and his wife Shirley have been residents of the Town of Star Valley Ranch since August of 2010.

Term ends June 30, 2018

NRB Volunteer

DOMINIQUE BROUGH

Term ends June 30, 2018

Dominique Brough has been a part-time resident of Star Valley Ranch since May 2016. She has participated in the Volunteer Trail Crew and was thrilled to join the Natural Resources Board in September 2016. Dominique has a B.S in Geology from the University of Texas at Austin, and has worked as a geologist and resource manager for over 10 years in Wyoming and Oregon. She is currently employed by the Bureau of Land Management as a Natural Resource Specialist. Dominique looks forward to contributing to the Board and giving back to the beautiful town of Star Valley Ranch.

NRB Volunteer

KEN PATTERSON

Term Ends June 30, 2020

NRB Volunteer

RICK NELSON

Term Ends June 30, 2020

NRB Volunteer

MEGHAN PRYMAK

Term ends June 30, 2018

Meghan joined the Natural Resources Board in June of 2015. She was born and raised in the New York Hudson River Valley and holds a BS from the University of Scranton in Biology, a Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from Penn State University, and is working towards an MS in Natural Resources from the University of Illinois. Meghan brings a variety of work experiences to the Board ranging from studying vegetation effected by climate change in Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks with the US Geological Survey, to mitigating the impacts of noxious weeds in Jackson, WY with the Teton County Weed and Pest District, as wells as habitat restoration with Helix Environmental Consulting in San Diego and instructing horticulture at MiraCosta College. Each unique experience has connected Meghan with the land and helped to develop her conservation values.