Bob Hunter is a founding board member and staff attorney for WaterWatch of Oregon. WaterWatch is a river conservation organization devoted to restoring and protecting natural flows in Oregon’s rivers and was the first conservation organization formed specifically to address instream flow and water allocation issues in the West.
Bob co-drafted Oregon’s landmark Instream Water Rights Bill in 1987, is a founding board member of the Oregon Water Trust and is WaterWatch’s lead person on the removal of Savage Rapids and Gold Ray Dams on Oregon’s Rogue River. He graduated from both the University of Michigan (B.S. in Zoology) and University of Michigan Law School (J.D.).