Project Officer, Kimberley Nature Project

Michelle grew up in Donnybrook, WA, graduated in Environmental Science (Hons) at Murdoch University and gained a PhD (Geography) at the University of WA. Interested in interconnections between people and freshwater, Michelle has worked for WA and NT governments in riparian assessment, and water conservation and planning. From 2012 to 2015 Michelle lived in One Arm Point and worked with Bardi Jawi, Bardi Jawi Oorany (women) and Nyul Nyul Rangers investigating local-cultural ways of managing traditional freshwater places for her PhD. Michelle has joined EK to work on the Kimberley Wetlands Project with six Indigenous ranger groups and their communities to protect and manage wetlands on their Country.

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