Louise Turner – Executive Officer
Louise has been involved with Landcare for the past 22 years and with WLNSW since its inception 12 years ago. She has worked with NPWS, Greening Australia NSW and more recently the Western CMA. Louise currently lives and works on Goodwood with her husband Zane and also runs Goodwood Stationstay which she hopes will enable her to continue to educate visitors about Western Pastoral leases, Best Practice land management and WLNSW. Louise sits on several community committees and is passionate about the Western Region of NSW and what it has to offer both on a Natural & Cultural level.
Fiona Harris – Regional Landcare Facilitator (Bourke)
On 1 July Fiona Harris joined the Landcare team at Local Land Services Western Region. After many years teaching and coordinating Outreach programs at TAFE in Western NSW, Fiona joined Local Land Services in January 2014 as the Community Education Officer. For the last twelve months Fiona has been working as part of a nationally funded NRM Planning for Climate Change program which involved writing an addendum to the Western Local Strategic Plan to ensure regional strategies address climate change and the emergence of the carbon farming industry. Fiona is a passionate believer in Landcare and is really excited to be joining the dedicated Landcare team at both Western Landcare and Local Land Services to support a vibrant and engaged Landcare community in Western NSW.
Kay Gottschutzke – Regional Landcare Facilitator (Buronga)
Kaye works out of the Local Land Services - Western, Buronga office. Kay firmly believes that Landcare is important to ensure our land is protected and enhanced for future generations to enjoy and embrace. Kaye's role as a Regional Landcare Facilitator allows her to guide and assist Landcare Groups and Land managers in their capacity to deliver projects and achieve the best possible outcomes towards these goals.
Alice Jarrett – Local Landcare Co-ordinator (Bourke)
Landcare to me is about utilising a community’s greatest asset, its people and their passion and knowledge to create collective action in the form of agricultural and social sustainability and preserve our natural resources for future generations.
Martha Gouniai – Local Landcare Co-ordinator (Broken Hill)
Landcare to me means local people coming together to create change. It's about the impact each on of us can have on the environment around us and how no one is too small to do something great.
Henry Gregory – Local Landcare Co-ordinator (Buronga)
Landcare to me is about promoting and supporting a growing network of community groups that work on the ground to achieve remarkable environmental outcomes in sustainable agriculture, conservation and pest control.