Savannah Robinson grew up in the small agricultural town of Nampa, Idaho and frequently visited her grandparents on their ranch in northern Idaho, where she played for hours in the forests and open pastures. From an early age she thrived when left to wander in open, wild spaces and this grew into a passion for all living creatures and their habitats. Fascinated by the dynamics between humans and their environment she left Idaho to pursue an education in Environmental Studies at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.
The greatest achievement of her undergrad was a two-month backpacking trip through Patagonia, Argentina that empowered her to lead a life immersed in the wild landscapes that bring her such peace and tranquility. She is thrilled to share her passion of the outdoors with participants of the ROP Wilderness Therapy Trek programs and to help facilitate the incredible positive changes that await them.