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Max Finlayson

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

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Peter Gell

Peter Gell is an ecologist and paleoecologist who examines the past state of wetlands to better understand the present. He has used diatom algae as a tool to understand water

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Michelle T. Casanova

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

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Susan Campbell

Landscape Architect  – Diploma in Landscape Design  King’s College Durham England Horticulture – Burnley Diploma Horticulture   Employment: Landscape Architect Ministry Housing Victoria Landscape Architect Albury Wodonga Development Commission  1972 1990

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Catherine Allan

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

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Annual Report available

The latest annual report for Winton Wetlands Committee of Management is now available. It features highlights of achievements made and issues faced in the financial year 2021-22. There were quite

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Showing the way

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

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Stocktake time!

At the end of each financial year many businesses do their annual stocktake. Winton Wetlands is not so different in some respects: but our annual “stocktake” consists of a whole

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