From left, Tim Fisher (Department Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions), Gail Beck (South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council), Lou Corteen (Cockburn Community Wildlife Corridor), Angela Jakob (Coolbellup Community Association), Catherine Baudains (Australian Association of Environmental Educators), Ted Griffin (community member), Guy Boggs (Western Australian Biodiversity Science Institute), Rachel Standish (Perth Urban Restoration Scientific Advisory Committee), Jozina DeRuiter (Hamilton Hill Community Group), Kim Dravnieks (community member), Diana Corbyn (Wildflower Society), Robert Dunn – now retired (Native ARC), Tim Barling (Conservation Council WA). Absent: Heidi Mippy (Aboriginal Reference Group), Felicity Bairstow (Wetlands Centre Cockburn), Alison Wright (Save Beeliar Wetlands)
The Rehabilitating Roe 8 Advisory Committee provides input and guidance to all aspects of the project from choosing planting locations to the annual review, evaluation and adaptation of the management plan. It is made up of 15 members from a range of community based organisations, government departments, tertiary institutions and the broader community. The term for committee members is two years. New positions will be opened in February 2021.
The committee meets monthly and meeting agendas and minutes can be found here.
Rehabilitating Roe 8 Committee Members
Kim Dravnieks – Community Member
Felicity Bairstow – Wetlands Centre Cockburn
Contact: Wetlands Centre Cockburn
Ted Griffin – Community Member
Diana Corbyn – Wildflower Society
Jozina De Ruiter – Hamilton Hill Community Group
Catherine Baudains – Australian Association of Environmental Education
Tim Barling – Conservation Council WA
Angela Jackob – Coolbellup Community Association
Bruce Webber – Western Australian Biodiversity and Science Institute
Heidi Mippy – Aboriginal Reference Group Cockburn
Lou Corteen – Cockburn Community Wildlife Corridor
Catherine Prideaux – Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions
Gail Beck – South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council
Alison Wright – Save Beeliar Wetlands
Rachel Standish – Perth Urban Restoration Science Advisory Committee
Rachel Standish is Associate Professor at Murdoch University. Her research interests include ecological restoration of native plant communities. Rachel supervises post-graduate students and teaches ecology to undergraduate students.