Before retiring to Denmark in 2011, Angela worked for Carbon Neutral, a not for profit organisation dedicated to planting native trees to offset greenhouse gas emissions.
Angela has over 40 years work experience in many different organisations incorporating most facets of business.
Jesz’s love for the environment evolved through his interests in birds. As a founder member of the Denmark Bird Group he believes that education is the key ingredient to preserving our environment.
Dr Cath Spaggiari
Catherine has worked as a research geologist and geophysicist for over 25 years and has spent much time observing and mapping various remote areas of Western Australia, and the high country of Victoria before that. Her attention has now turned to Denmark and how best to protect our remaining wilderness areas. Catherine is currently a Senior Research Scientist in the Mineral Resources Division at CSIRO.
Bart has been a full time migratory beekeeper for the last 40 plus years, observing country. This has led him to be very concerned about the continuity of our natural estate particularly in regard to fire management of government controlled land.
For the last 4 years he has been actively involved in bringing about change to prescribed burning policy, as he continually sees detrimental effects to biodiversity and the health of ecosystems.
Gaynor has a strong background in managing and coirdinating not-for-profit organisations and projects, which has been useful in her three years with DEC committee.
She had not been involved in the environment sector before and has loved learning about the flora, fauna, landcare stories and the dedicated work of many local individuals to protect and conserve our natural heritage over so many years.
Diane Harwood is a founding member of the Denmark Environment Centre. She has served on the committee for numerous years. Diane is also the founder of South Coast Bush Care Services. She has dedicated much of her life to caring for the environment.