Vice President of Western Conservation
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Joel Webster joined the TRCP in 2007 and has spent much of the past two decades working alongside hunting and fishing groups, wildlife managers, decision makers, and agency leaders to shape federal public lands management for the benefit of fish, wildlife and sportspeople.
Webster was intimately involved in the conservation of national forest roadless areas and in the creation of the 2012 National Forest Planning Rule. He also helped lead a project alongside onX maps to identify 16.43 million acres of landlocked public lands across 22 states, while successfully advancing policies to open these lands to the public. Webster has worked to balance public lands energy development with other resources, safeguard big game migration corridors, and conserve unfragmented fish and wildlife habitat on public land managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
Webster lives in Missoula, Mont., and earned a Masters of Environmental Studies at the University of Montana.