Chuck Rabolli

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Chuck Rabolli

Chuck Rabolli is the owner and Senior Ecologist of Rabolli Environmental Inc. a professional environmental consulting firm in the Birmingham, Alabama area. His primary practice is in the area of regulatory compliance and environmental permitting. He specializes in terrestrial ecology, rare species surveys, erosion prevention and sediment control, and stream and wetland delineation and permitting.

Chuck received his Bachelor of Science in Forest Ecology from Penn State University and his Master of Science in Wildlife Biology from Clemson University.  He is a Certified Wildlife Biologist and Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control with over 30 years of experience in conservation biology.   After graduation he was a research technician at the University of Georgia’s Savannah River Ecology Laboratory.  He then worked for the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division where he established and directed the Wetlands and Natural Heritage Inventory Program.   As Acting Vice President for Environmental Policy for The Georgia Conservancy he wrote the strategic plan for the establishment of the Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper. Prior to moving to Alabama in 2014 he was an owner and Senior Biologist at CCR Environmental, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia.

Chuck has a life-long love of the out-of-doors and has been active in numerous environmental advocacy and education organizations.  His hobbies include hunting, fishing, canoeing, camping and “tinkering in the garage”.  Chuck spends his free time involved with soccer as a coach and referee, and he raises and trains versatile hunting dogs.  Chuck and his wife live in Jefferson County close to the banks of the Locust Fork River where they enjoy getting on the river in boat or canoe. They enjoy friends, gardening, working in the yard, the beach, college football, their grown children and their dogs and cat.

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