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Rob Mrowka

Senior Scientist

Center for Biological Diversity

HQ Phone:  (510) 844-7100

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Email: r***@***.org

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Center for Biological Diversity

1212 Broadway

Oakland, California,94612

United States

Company Description

At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature - to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoveris...more

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Scientist

Independent Contractor


Affiliations

Basin Water Network's

Board Member


Great Basin Water Network

Board Member


Education

B.S. degree

Natural Resources Management


M.S. degree

forest ecology


Master of Science degree

forest ecology

Washington State University


bachelor's of science degree

natural resource management

State University of New York College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry


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Great Basin Water Network -- greatbasinwater.net

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ROB MROWKA
Rob lives in the hill country of western New York, after spending 12 years working in Nevada with the U.S. Forest Service, Clark County government and the Center for Biological Diversity. Rob has a B.S. degree in Natural Resources Management and a M.S. degree in forest ecology. Although now far from NV, Rob visits regularly and cares deeply for the state's natural heritage and great people, and actively advocates for living within the ecological limits of your environment.


Contact Us

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Rob Mrowka, Senior Scientist


Great Basin Water Network: About

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Rob Mrowka
Rob lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he works for the Center for Biological Diversity. Before joining CBD, Rob was an officer in the U.S. Air Force and had a 28-year career in the U.S. Forest Service, including time spent as the supervisor of Utah's Fishlake National Forest and as a forest ecologist. Most recently, he was the manager of the Clark County, Nevada Environmental Planning Division. Mrowka has a Master of Science degree in forest ecology from Washington State University.


Great Basin Water Network -- greatbasinwater.net

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As of today, says Rob Mrowka, Nevada conservation advocate for the Center for Biological Diversity, more than 37,000 letters have been written to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar asking him to deny the Southern Nevada Water Authority's right-of-way request to build the pipeline - PublicNewsService.org


Great Basin Water Network -- greatbasinwater.net

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It just doesn't make sense," said Rob Mrowka, Center for Biological Diversity.
Critics of the pipeline say sucking water out of rural aquifers will dry up streams and wells vital to wildlife and agriculture. "It is never going to be built for a number of reasons; the impact on the environment and rural communities is one," Mrowka said.


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