Champions, Benefactors, Partners, Friends and Alumni

Champion – Simon Corbell

‘Two of the things that bind me to Canberra and wider region are its sublime landscapes and a great respect for the untiring work of the volunteer organisations that restore, protect and celebrate our environment.

Simon Corbell - Champion of the Landkeepers Trust
Simon Corbell – Champion of the Landkeepers Trust

As former Minister for the Environment in the ACT Government I had the privilege of working with and supporting many of these organisations.

Since I officially launched the Capital Region Landkeepers Trust in 2014, I have watched it develop as an increasingly important provider of scholarships, fellowships and grants that are making a real difference to keeping our landscapes healthy through learning and leadership.

As a result I had no hesitation on leaving political life to accept the invitation from the Trust to become a ‘champion’ for them and their work.

Into the future the Trust will continue to make a lasting contribution across the Capital Region by investing in people and projects that lead the way in better understanding our landscapes, developing innovative restoration and management techniques, developing creative approaches to excite and engage local communities and supporting leadership and career development of Indigenous people wishing to work on, care for and celebrate country.

If you or your organisation share a similar interest in, or passion for, the work of the Trust there are of variety of ways you can provide financial support; as an individual donor, a benefactor, a corporate sponsor or a partner. The Trust is a Registered Environmental Organisation with Deductible Gift Recipient Status.

Together, we can all contribute to seeing the work of the Capital Region Landkeepers Trust restore and and protect the landscapes we love’.


Benefactors

Professor Keith Fifield; Australian National University Research School of Physics and Engineering

‘I donated money to Landkeepers to help establish the Christine Fifield Scholarship in memory of my late wife Christine who loved the Australian landscape and had a strong commitment to volunteering and the education of young people’


Alumni

Dr Jenny Andrew; Consultant to the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation

Dr Sarah Bruce; Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

Alice Menyhart; Bradley Allen Love Lawyers


Friends

Richard Jameson OAM, Indigenous Student Support Coordinator, Australian Catholic University

Dr David Freudenberger; Australian National University Fenner School of Environment and Society

Professor Ross Thompson; University of Canberra University Institute of Applied Ecology

Dr Jodi Price; Charles Sturt University Institute of Land Water and Society

Dr Ken Hodgkinson; Hon Research Fellow CSIRO Land and Water

Annie Lane; ACT Government Conservator of Flora and Fauna

Heather Tomlinson; ACT Government Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development

Tim Wong; ACT Government Natural Resource Management

Angela Calliess; Greening Australia ACT and Regional NSW

Toby Jones; former Greening Australia Capital Region CEO

Sue Streatfield; Conservation Partnerships New Zealand Department of Conservation

Adam Shipp; Indigenous Engagement and Training, Greening Australia

Stuart Jordan; NSW Aboriginal Corporation Southern Zone

Chrissy Grant; National Indigenous Advisory Committee

Miriam Adams-Schimminger; Landkeepers research scholarship recipient

Maryke Booth; Royalla Landcare – Landkeepers grant recipient


Partners

Greening Australia ACT and Regional NSW

Australian National University Fenner School of Environment and Society

Australian Native Plant Society Canberra Region Inc.