Catherine Allan is a social scientist interested in the human aspects of framing, and managing ’natural resources’ including land, freshwater, groundwater and vegetation. She is fascinated with how individuals and societies
Expertise: Vegetation and ecology of Australian wetlands and riparian zones, specialist in freshwater algal family Characeae; threatened species assessment. Formal Qualifications: BSc (Hons) PhD Employment: Self Employed – Charophyte Services
Max Finlayson is a wetland ecologist with extensive international experience in wetland management and restoration, including addressing problems arising from water pollution, invasive species, impacts from mining and agriculture, climate
Introducing Sarah Way, a fabulous new addition to the Winton Wetlands team. Sarah is a zoologist with over 18 years’ experience in threatened fauna species conservation including field-based research and
Winton Wetlands Committee of Management recognises that the site lies within the traditional lands of the Yorta Yorta people, the original owners of Country. We respect their deep enduring connection to their lands and waterways and recognise that sovereignty was never ceded.
We honour and respect their ancestors, their Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge the significant role Yorta Yorta people play in support of the Winton Wetlands restoration project and of our programs.