Craig Pullman – Regional Landcare Coordinator
The Regional Coordinators will be a part of a statewide network, playing a key role in expanding and multiplying on the benefits delivered at the local district and network scale.
Regional Coordinators will support regional approaches to priority planning, regional collaboration, regional organisation and develop the capacity for Landcare networks and groups in their regions to participate more effectively in larger scale opportunities.
Craig comes from a strong project management background, most recently working for NSW Health Infrastructure on the Inverell hospital redevelopment. He brings to Landcare NSW experience in working with regional and local organisations to communicate and coordinate priorities.
During the summer seasons Craig operated a market garden producing vegetables for his roadside stall and supply to retailers in Tamworth. He has also initiated a revegetation project on his family’s farm. Craig pursued his interest in natural resource management and was awarded a Bachelor of Science (Botany) from the University of New England in 2016.
“Landcare is an organisation I recognise as a long standing and highly regarded community movement and I get inspired by the work of the local groups. I really look forward to helping conserve our environment and building more cohesive and resilient communities.”
“I live in Tamworth where I returned after several years of expanded horizons in Sydney, Singapore and France. While my two sons have now flown the nest, my partner and I enjoy helping to raise our young granddaughter. We have two dogs. And I drive a Hilux.”