Stephen trained in Zoology (UWA) and completed his PhD at CDU. He has experience as a herpetologist (with an interest in amphibians), an ornithologist, environmental consultant, researcher, lecturer and field ecologist. He has worked on a variety of NRM projects with ranger groups and extended his knowledge to flora and vegetation. Stephen’s TNRM focus is the Protecting the Natural Values of the Top End project.
Casey has a Master’s of Environmental Management completed through CDU and is experienced in Natural Resource Management - primarily water resource management, rehabilitation and environmental impact assessment. Casey has worked within a variety of landscapes across Australia as well as abroad in Jordan, South Africa, Mongolia and Canada on projects ranging from conservation, agricultural, extractives, forestry and urban/rural development. Casey joined TNRM in February 2021, working across the NT, on projects focusing on improved efficiency, sustainability and management of natural resources, particularly within the pastoral industry.
Project Officer - Land for Wildlife, Top End
Emma joined TNRM in 2020. She specialises in environmental education and community engagement. She has worked in the Top End as a flora and fauna specialist and educator since arriving by boat in 2007. She has a Bachelor of Environmental Science (form CDU) and a Diploma of Plantsmanship and Horticulture from the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh and Scottish Agricultural college.
She has worked coordinating threatened species research projects, coordinating the Land for Wildlife, Top End program, training students in CLM and working in remote indigenous communities facilitating ethnobotanical projects.
Dionne has 25 years’ experience in applied grazing land management. Originally from SA, she moved to the NT in 2001 to work for the Centralian Land Management Association in Alice Springs and then ran her own consulting business based in Katherine. Most recently she was the Rangeland Program Manager for the NT Department of Primary Industries for 11 years. Dionne joined TNRM in February 2021 as the part-time project officer for the “Forage mapping for resilient landscapes” project.
Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator
Emily is a long time Territorian with qualifications in Horticulture, Business and Sustainability.
Emily has many years’ experience in education and community engagement project roles, working for Charles Darwin University, Environment Centre NT and running her own consultancy business where she completes work for Power Water’s Living Water Smart program. Emily joined TNRM in March in a part time capacity as the NT’s Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator, (RALF). Emily shares the RALF role at TNRM with her Climate Project officer position with the University of Southern Queensland. Emily brings her passion for soils, climate, and the NT’s landscapes, flora and fauna to the NT Soils consortium projects.