The ALI Board

Rob Youl OAM. Retired forester working in the farm forestry/Landcare/community project arena since 1981. First chair ALI. Landowner St Arnaud district. Last overseas venture four-day course in Jamaica with Andrea Mason and our spouses.
Sandra McPhee, Ecologist with Rural Ecology. For past 5 years has been facilitating on ground local Landcare biodiversity and land management projects and supporting community engagement programs. Living at Neerim in Victoria with a background in farming and legal administration, she brings passion and commitment to her volunteer roles.
Phil Horner, Landcare Victoria Incorporated Representative. Retired systems developer and systems auditor. Active landcare networker in Ovens Valley NE Victoria. Secretary, Ovens Landcare Network; Treasurer, Victorian Landcare Council. Strong governance background with passion for the landcare movement. Past project manager of North East Regional Landcare Facilitator Initiative. Overseen riparian restoration projects along the Ovens River around Bright.
andreaweb2Andrea Mason, Sustainability and Environment Consultant with a few other skills thrown in! Long time Landcarer, former Landcare Facilitator, former Chair Victorian Landcare Network, current Chair Leigh Catchment Group. Based near Ballarat and live on a small property with my husband. ALI projects include Jamaica, Fiji , Japan and Zambia.
Ian Oxenford
Following a career change from mining & metallurgy to agriculture, Ian has extensive experience with developing countries since 1971 training and in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, Vietnam. Solomon Islands Timor Leste, Australia and most recently Fiji - providing project management, training and rural development.
Now semi-retired on the NSW north coast, he farms fruit, nuts, Asian vegetables & farm forestry, in addition to promoting climate change awareness as an Al Gore trained Climate Change Project presenter.
profile-picture-clinton-mullerwebClinton Muller
Until recently, Clinton Muller had been coordinating the Africa Landcare Network and Landcare International, hosted at the World Agroforestry Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. In this capacity, Clinton was working with smallholder farmer groups through collective action and institutional strengthening for improved natural resource management and livelihood outcomes.
Megan Rowlatt has worked in Landcare and natural resource management for the last ten years and specialises in community engagement, environmental awareness, leadership and community building, conservation and sustainability.
Her passion is finding creative, innovative, and inspiring ways to connect people to people, people to culture, and people to nature, in particular young people. In 2015 she co-founded Intrepid Landcare, a national organisation dedicated to supporting the next generation to lead the change they want to see for their local environment through the support of the Landcare movement.
Darryl Ebenezer

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