Gregor MacGregor
Environmental & Natural Resources Policy Specialization Lead • Teaching Assistant Professor

Gregor MacGregor currently teaches in the Masters of the Environment Graduate Program. The MENV program is a professional master's degree administered by the Environmental Studies Department. Gregor is not accepting students interested in pursuing an MS or PhD in Environmental Studies. If you would like to learn more about the MENV program, please visit: Masters of the Environment | University of Colorado Boulder.

Gregor MacGregor is the ENRP Specialization Lead in the Masters of the Environment and teaches courses on natural resources policy and law. He is also a Faculty Fellow at the University's Law School, where he teaches courses on natural resources and directs the Acequia Project, a pro bono effort to provide Hispano irrigators in southern Colorado with legal services related to their land, water rights, and businesses. As a Lecturer in the Outdoor Recreation Economy program, he focuses on environmental law and policy.  

Prior to joining academia, Gregor worked as a water attorney in private practice and for the United States Army, where he also served as a Cavalry Officer prior to retiring. Outside of the University he owns and operates a cottage-food business, Vulcan Mine Bakery, where he bakes and provides free business consultations for rural redevelopment initiatives. 

Gregor received his BA degree in International Affairs from the University of Colorado and his J.D. with a certificate in Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law from the University of Colorado Law School.