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Goolwa participants

Goolwa participants


A self portrait photo of Belinda in Strathalbyn


Belinda has lived around the Fleurieu Peninsula for the last four years and she is involved in many community activities and groups.
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Photo of Cassie


Cassie is the administration officer at the Alexandrina Centre for Positive Ageing. She has lived in Goolwa for 17 years and has worked at the centre for nine years.
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Mug shot photo of Frank


Frank Tuckwell is one of seven generations of his family to live in the Goolwa area since 1849 and is a keen advocate for his community.
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Photo of Grant


Grant is a Ngarringjeri Man of the Lower Lakes and Kurrangk (Coorong) area of South Australia. He works as a cultural educator at Camp Coorong Cultural Race Relations and Education Centre.
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Henry Jones


Henry Jones and his family have been involved in the fishing industry for six generations - five of them have fished out of Clayton. Henry and his wife Gloria were the first generation to live in Clayton.
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Photo of Kerri


Kerri became involved in this project last year when working for the River Murray Catchment Board. She is now a self-employed ecologist and is writing best management practice guidelines for the Angas Bremer Water Management Committee, among other things.
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Photo of Richard Owen


Richard and his family have lived in the Murray Mouth area since 1980. In 1998 the family bought Tarni Warra, a small wetland and sand dune property that has been restored and is now covenanted and a private sanctuary.
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Photo of Tim looking serious


Tim Wilson is the senior Ramsar officer for the Coorong and lakes Alexandrina and Albert Ramsar site. Tim's job is to oversee the preparation of the new management plan for this Ramsar site.
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Portrait photo of David


As the other participants had to provide a picture of themselves to attach to their album I was obliged to overcome my natural reticence to being photographed.
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