Meet your board

Welcome to the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board, one of nine new landscape boards established across South Australia to replace the natural resources management boards.

From 1 July 2021, the key priorities for the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board are to manage land, water, nature, climate and community. The board is working with councils, landholders, peak agriculture bodies, business, volunteers and the community on the issues that matter in your local landscapes. All board members live locally and provide a diverse range of skills and expertise to lead a back-to-basics approach to managing natural resources in the Hills and Fleurieu region.

Contact us:

To contact the board, please email 

For general public enquiries about pest plants and animals, land management, water, native vegetation, wildlife etc, please email

Phone: (08) 8391 7500

David Greenhough

David Greenhough


David is a director with Mabeki Consulting and focuses on management processes, strategic planning and coaching, financial direction, IT systems and process integration. He is the former owner and Managing Director of LEAP Legal Software in South Australia and Western Australia and a partner of Tripos IT, a management and IT consulting group. He is the current Chair of the Glenthorne Partnership, working with the Department for Environment and Water, partnership members and the community to provide advice and guidance in the creation of the Glenthorne National Park and precinct. He is a founding member and chair of the Friends of the Lower Field River, a group formed to reinvigorate and revegetate the Lower Field River, near Hallett Cove.

Janet Klein

Janet Klein

Janet is a viticulturist and conservationist who has dedicated 20 years to sustainable wine growing and landscape regeneration. She co-founded Ngeringa Vineyards, one of Australia's first certified biodynamic vineyards and wineries. Janet is on the South Australian Museum Foundation Board and the Goolwa to Wellington Local Action Plan Board, and was a founding member of the Adelaide Hills Wine Region Environment Committee. With Flinders University, Janet is investigating microplastics along the South Australian coastline.

Andy Lowe

Professor Andy Lowe

Professor Andy Lowe is an expert in biodiversity and forests. He is inaugural Director of Agrifood and Wine at the University of Adelaide, which serves as the external face for food industry and government sector partnerships in Australia and overseas. Andy has discovered lost forests, championed the elimination of illegally logged timber in global supply chains, served the United Nations' Office of Drugs and Crime and is lead author of the Intergovernmental Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services - Land Degradation and Restoration report.

Carol Schofield

Carol Schofield AM

Carol is a retired aquaculturalist and dairy farmer. Now living at Encounter Bay, she is a member of the Victor Harbor Council. She was the first woman to chair the Advisory Board of Agriculture and to be elected President of the Agricultural Bureau of South Australia. She has received numerous local and national awards for services to the agriculture and aquaculture industries. Carol has been appointed to the Order of Australia and is a recipient of the Centenary Medal. She also chaired the Western Mount Lofty Ranges Water Allocation Committee.

Douglas (Drew) Smith

Douglas (Drew) Smith

Drew holds a Diploma of Conservation and Parks Management and a Bachelor of Education in Geography and Science and is a high school teacher. He has studied the biology of the Mount Lofty Ranges and other parts of South Australia for many years, and has made several new discoveries through his work on the breeding and behaviour of Mallee emu wrens and southern emu wrens. A project to revegetate his McLaren Vale property has led to the reappearance of endemic birds and reptiles not seen there for 150 years. Drew also has a background in cattle farming.

Chris West

Dr Chris West

Dr West trained as a veterinary surgeon and has led large NGO, conservation-directed and science-based zoological societies in Chester (UK), London, Adelaide and Edinburgh. He has been involved with many initiatives to support endangered species, landscape-level ecological management, research and public engagement.

Board member Amy Williams

Amy Williams

From the Fleurieu, Amy started her career coordinating Landcare and catchment projects and then moved into the dairy industry. She was Executive Officer of Primary Producers SA, the Horticulture Coalition of SA and the former Natural Resources Management Council. She is currently a member of the Training and Skills Commission, chairing the Agribusiness Industry Skills Council. She is also part of the Fleurieu Dairyfarmers Collective Bargaining Group and is the President of the Parawa Ag Bureau. She was a member of the former Premier’s Sustainability Roundtable, Advisory Board of Agriculture and the National Landcare Program Review National Reference Group.