New Kokatha Pastoral Land Manager employed

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New Kokatha Pastoral Land Manager employed

After a rigorous recruitment process, KAC is pleased to announce the employment of Natalie Turner as the new Kokatha Pastoral Land Manager.

Nat has been involved in the pastoral industry most of her life. She grew up on Numery Station east of Alice Springs and was educated through School of the air and then Wilderness boarding School in Adelaide. She went back to the bush after leaving school working on property’s in NT, Qld, WA, SA. She then spent 14 years managing Ambalindum Station and contract mustering, and worked for the Centralian Land Management for 6 years managing land care and soil conservation projects on pastoral property’s. Nat was then employed by Central Land Council over a 10 year period mostly in pastoral and feral animal section. Before buying a small property in SA she spent 3 years managing Huckitta Station 280km North East of  Alice Springs.  She is passionate about the land and happiest working in the bush.

We are very happy Nat has now joined KAC to lead the delivery of our new Kokatha Pastoral Business Plan with the support of Tony Freshwater from ILSC. She is currently also seeking some new employees to join her- a fulltime station hand and cook/cleaner. More information about this positions is available from Jonathon Fatt-Clifton at training@kokatharntbc.com.au or 0439 279 449.

KAC also wish to acknowledge the efforts  of Chris Van Woerkom , former Pastoral Project Officer and wish him all the best in the future.

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