Amy started with SWNRM in late November 2011as the Bollon district coordinator and Landcare Facilitator . Amy has been a local for most of her life, however previously she was working for Georgina Pastoral Company at “Lake Nash” in the NT running a camp and doing the recruitment for the company. It was up north where she became involved in the Barkly Landcare & Conservation Association (BLCA) as treasurer for 2 years. Amy was also involved in the Parkinsonia project being conducted by Naomi Wilson on the Georgina River. Prior to working on stations in the NT, Channel Country, the Gulf & the Kimberley, Amy graduated from the University of Qld with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science in 2003.
Amy's role is to provide technical, planning and other support services to landholders and the community regarding natural resource management.
Amy has a good working knowledge of production systems and environmental issues in this area with an understanding of the difficulties that are associated with living and working in such remote areas.