Cassie Wright,
Project Officer, SGLN

Cassie has been working in the NRM field for nineteen years, starting as a ranger where she gained hands-on practical experience. For the last thirteen years she has worked in the South Gippsland and Bass Coast regions, in roles with an education and training and project management focus. Most of these projects have been working with Landcare, with either an NRM or sustainable agriculture focus.

Cassie is passionate about working with people and helping them to protect the natural environment, and has enjoyed working with the SGLN community (since December 2018) delivering the following projects:

  • Smart Farming for Westernport
  • Corner Inlet citizen science water quality improvement project
  • Threatened invertebrates
  • Growing Southern Gippsland (climate change adaptation)
  • Enhancing Soil Biology

Andrea Clifford,
Project Officer- SGLN

Employed by SGLN in late 2019, Andrea Clifford, has stepped up to fill the role of Project Officer for the remainder of the Enhancing Biodiversity at the Bunurong Coastal Landscape project (year 2) and Strzelecki Weed project….Andrea has worked extensively in natural resource management in other regions and gained valuable Landcare experience while on the Board.

“I have lived in South Gippsland for seven years having moved down from Mildura where I was employed as the Executive Officer and Regional Education Officer for the Regional Waste Management Group. Prior to Mildura I worked for Frankston Council as the Senior Park Ranger. I hold a Bachelor of Applied Science-Natural Resources Management, and a Diploma of Business-Frontline Management. Over the years I have gained hands on experience (both compensated and voluntary) in the environmental educational field. My skills cover the best practice waste management, development, planning implementation and management.

Contact Andrea: andrea@sgln.net.au

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South Gippsland Landcare Network
South Gippsland Landcare Network
The annual Landcare Week campaign (3rd - 9th August 2020) to celebrates and acknowledges the thousands of Landcare networks and groups, facilitators, and other environmental care community groups, and volunteers across Australia working on conservation and sustainable land management activities in their local area.

Landcare is about the partnerships created by local communities to restore and protect their local environment on behalf of the community.
For more resources visit: https://landcareaustralia.org.au/landcareweek2020/
South Gippsland Landcare Network
South Gippsland Landcare Network
Susan Kochi...Welcome to the SGLN team...Susan has starting with SGLN as a Project Officer two days a week. Susan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology), she has been involved in the coordination community-based group biodiversity and ecological fieldwork including being an active member of Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater.

Susan will be further supporting the Yr.3 Enhancing Biodiversity At The Bunurong Coastal Landscape project, working Thursdays and Fridays.

Welcome to the team Susan.

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