• Paul Johnston

    A teacher for 38 years, Paul now lives near Callington with his wife and both are very involved with the community. They have been restoring their 200 acre property…


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  • Anne Welsh

    Anne has a keen interest in natural resource management and sustainable development and worked in environmental management with various government agencies over the last 40 years. She is actively…


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  • Margaret Wilksch OAM

    Margaret is a long term supporter of the Goolwa to Wellington LAP and has worked as a member of the Board of Management ,including in the position of Treasurer,…


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  • Harry Seager

    Harry was the Chair of the GWLAP Board of Management for 6 years and oversaw a period of strong growth in the organisation. Harry has significant experience in the…


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  • Derek Fenton

    Derek has been concerned about environmental damage, particularly increased carbon in the atmosphere for over 30 years. He works at developing resilience; in our young people through Operation Flinders,…


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  • Merri Tothill

    Merri has had a keen and active interest in the management of the Australian environment since the early 1980s, including working in Landcare; River Murray land use management and…


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  • Barry Lincoln

    Barry has a special interest in governance and organisational development and is a long term member of the GWLAP Board of Management. Barry has been working in the natural resource management…


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  • Bruce Brooks

    Bruce lives on the Finniss River where he and his wife have a small olive grove and raise sheep and steers. Bruce is secretary of the Finniss Catchment Group, a…


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  • GWLAP Chairperson

    Keith Parkes

    Keith has held the role of Chair of GWLAP Board of Management since 2013. Keith is committed to maintaining a proactive and imaginative management team with a focus on strong corporate governance…


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