Respected rehabilitation ecologist, agricultural grazier and mother as well as a women for change in regional Queensland
Holding degrees and certifications in Environmental Science and ecology, as well as studying Law and with a background of over 20 years in running and supporting family Agricultural enterprises, Amy has a passion for sustainable ecosystems, and practical on ground solutions to improve the and restore our natural environment for future generations.
As an entrepreneur for her own businesses including a private consultancy business and a family agricultural business Amy spends most days emersed in the problem solving for small, medium, and large-scale business want to bring environmental change and make it a reality. At the core of Amy’s drive is leave a legacy and future that her children are proud of an environment where her family and community can prosper.
Amy has worked in Government, Private Enterprise and now as a consultant in her own business. Some of the greatest achievements have been completing large scale civil and construction rehabilitation and restoration of degraded ecosystems, including full Landfill Rehabilitation works and large-scale reshaping and reconstruction of landscape and redevelopment of ecosystems. Knowing that ecosystems are not the culmination of trees and plants, but a deeper sense of creating a canvas that has purpose for social and community values.
Laura believes in the importance of educating people not only on the issues, but focusing on solutions, to empower individuals to create change. Whether this be in their personal sphere around the relationship their landscape and how to change and improve the environment that nourishes them or, or the impact their actions have on the environment; most importantly sharing personal learning and experience with clients and my community to improve knowledge for this generation and the next.