New manager for Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula

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Jonathan Clark has been appointed as Regional Manager of Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula replacing Annie Lane who left to take up a position in Canberra. Mr Clark has been acting in the role since last November and comes with broad local knowledge and experience, particularly in community engagement, natural resources management operations and water resources management.

Jonathan Clark has been appointed as Regional Manager of Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula replacing Annie Lane who left to take up a position in Canberra.

Mr Clark has been acting in the role since last November and comes with broad local knowledge and experience, particularly in community engagement, natural resources management operations and water resources management.

In recent months he has led the region through a number of important milestones including assisting in the finalisation of the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resource Management (EPNRM) Board’s Business Plan and community consultation on the draft Water Allocation Plan for the Southern Basins and Musgrave Prescribed Wells Areas.

EPNRM Board Presiding Member Diana Laube has welcomed Mr Clark’s appointment.

“This is good news for our Board as we have developed a strong working relationship with Jonathan over recent years, particularly throughout the draft Water Allocation Plan process.

"I’m looking forward to working closely with Jonathan in the future. His strong knowledge base and strategic focus as well as his strong community links will add a great deal to our Board deliberations,”

Mr Clark said he feels privileged to have the opportunity to lead Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula and to continue to work with the Board and the Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources.

“I’m also looking to strengthening our relationship with the community and partnerships with industry, local government and community groups to ensure our work is relevant,” Mr Clark said.
“Our natural resources underpin our lifestyle and livelihoods and I’m looking forward to making this connection through our new regional NRM Plan in partnership with the community so Eyre Peninsula can continue to grow and prosper.”
To read more about Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula, the EPNRM Board or to find more information on the EPNRM Plan visit: www.landscape.sa.gov.au/ep/about-us

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