Prior to her work with ERDP, Alex spent several years delivering educational programs for farmers including projects on waterways, soil, climate change, biosecurity, biodiversity and farm management. With a background in agriculture and passionate about biodiversity, climate and sustainability, she’s excited to be working on projects that deliver multiple benefits to farmers and the community with Gunning Landcare, SE Landcare, Australian River Restoration Centre and ERDP.

Atelier KIPU provides heritage and design advice and architectural services in and around the ACT, with a focus on delivering for climate, community and culture. Website: Atelier KIPU. Director, Alanna King is a registered architect with Architects Registration Board ACT (#2551), Physical Conservation of Buildings and Structures, Master of Architecture, Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Member and ACT Chapter Councillor of the Australian Institute of Architects.

Dreamtime Connections deliver on-ground works services such as fencing, planting, weed control, establishment of bush tucker gardens and other restoration works. They also provide a range of Indigenous cultural engagement activities for community and business. Dreamtime Connections are helping to educate and promote Aboriginal culture, food and land management techniques as part of mainstream Australian life. Examples of their work can be found on their Facebook page. Principal, Aaron Chatfield has over 10 years’ experience in natural resource management, a Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

18fifty3 Group is an equal opportunity employer striving to provide work opportunities and job outcomes for Indigenous Australians. 18fifty3 provides comprehensive environmental services and specialise in adaptable weed management solutions in diverse environments, bush regeneration (fencing, planting, site preparation, site maintenance) and civil and remote structural works. Website:

Summiitt are specialists in civil construction and earthworks in remote and environmentally sensitive areas. In short, their motto is to tread lightly with heavy machinery. With 20+ years experience in and around the ACT this crew has the knowledge and technical skill necessary to operate in difficult and isolated areas. Website:

Partner – Natural waterscapes

Natural Waterscapes deliver aquatic landscaping the way nature intended. Mick, owner and operator of Natural Waterscapes, has a passion for nature and believes that ponds and waterfalls should blend into their surroundings to best provide ecosystem value. Natural Waterscapes also undertake dam and landscape enhancement works using logs, rocks and other materials as well as landscaping more broadly. View his project gallery at