Jacqueline has worked in business media and environmental and agricultural public value organisations for more than two decades.
A former AFR journalist and columnist, ex-national media manager for WWF-Australia and co-founder of global environmental campaign Earth Hour, Jacqueline is an associate partner on a mixed farming enterprise at Womboota, NSW. A former board member of the Australian Sheep Breeders Association, she is passionate about advancing opportunities for whole-of-landscape restoration and for Australian farmers to get paid well for their land stewardship.
Tahlia has worked for over 10 years across several industries, including agriculture, horticulture, retail, hospitality and environmental. She currently studies a Bachelor of Environmental Science, specialising in Ecology and Conservation with Charles Sturt University. Since relocating from the coast to the Murray region, Tahlia has been involved in various community events aimed to promote visitation and biodiversity in the district. Tahlia is passionate about sustainable agriculture, feral animal management and the conservation of Australia’s endemic species.
Alex grew up in a mining town in the Hunter Valley and has worked in the mining industry for over 10 years before making the move to her husband's family farm in Burraboi 6 years ago. As well as mining, Alex has also worked for the Department of Education for over 3 years. Alex has a certificate in both Business Administration and Community Services
Alex, alongside Kate looks after payroll and accounts payable/receivable - providing financial, administrative and clerical support to the organisation