Abbey, Stubbs & Ford, LLC is a professional public land, minerals, and energy consulting firm. For over 19 years we have provided technical consulting services, oversight and advice to a diverse clientele.
Originally formed as Robcyn, LLC in 2000, and evolving into Abbey, Stubbs & Ford, LLC in 2005, the firm has grown to become one of the most respected public land, mineral, and energy consulting firms in the western United States. With broad experience, recognition and proven results our areas of specialty include but are not limited to:
Our primary focus is to provide strategic direction and technical assistance for emerging and proposed activities on federally managed (public) lands. We provide oversight and advice to municipalities, utilities, landowners and major real estate developers before interactions begin with federal agencies. Abbey, Stubbs & Ford creates realistic expectations and assists clients with professional project management, facilitation, and technical assistance to achieve intended results.
No other entity has our regional and national experience and track record for forging partnerships between clients and government agencies to balance economic development and resource protection objectives within existing laws and regulations. Abbey, Stubbs & Ford is distinctly familiar with the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act, and other evolving key legislation that could affect your planned activities and goals. We have worked diligently to create and maintain solid working relationships with agency personnel. Our knowledge and understanding of the public and administrative processes has led to countless agency decisions in our clients' favor.
Our particular area of emphasis and expertise is working in states where there is a high percentage of lands managed by federal agencies. We collaborate with the public and private sectors to find sustainable solutions to complex natural resource issues through land use planning and natural resource-based economic development options.