Greg Hoffman

Greg Hoffman has been a fishery biologist on the Kootenai River since 1996 and has worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Libby Dam since 2002, representing the Corps in all fisheries and water management issues in the Kootenai River and Koocanusa Reservoir in Montana, Idaho, and British Columbia, Canada. Greg represents the agency on several aquatic species and habitat recovery teams, community action committees, regional forums, and interagency task forces. The Corps operates and maintains Libby Dam for multiple purposes, including power production, flood risk management, environmental stewardship, and recreation and is obligated to operate consistently with all law and regulations, including the Endangered Species Act, biological opinions, and any court orders that address Libby Dam operations and maintenance. Greg’s function is to ensure that the Corps’ actions benefit ecosystem function to the extent practicable while also maintaining the authorities and mission of the Libby Dam.