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Water for the environment

RMCG supports planning for the delivery of water for the environment

We do this through provision of a broad set of strategic planning, technical and engagement skills including data analysis and modelling, risk assessment, options analysis, consultation with stakeholders and the community, policy development, drafting of strategies, plans and watering proposals, and development of practical and effective monitoring programs.

We support our clients through the numerous decisions involved in developing and managing water projects for the environment, and help to clearly articulate and document the justification for these decisions to give confidence to investors, stakeholders and the community.

Team

Trent Wallis

Trent Wallis

Senior Consultant

BSc, MEnvSt, GDipPD(EnvSt)

Trent has a strong background in environmental planning and natural resource management, with particular expertise in waterway management and planning. He is also experienced in community and stakeholder management. He has a strong understanding of the importance of genuine engagement to ensure project buy-in and support. He has worked with, and led, integrated project teams, stakeholder and community project committees, forums and working groups, technical expert groups, as well as a range of other engagement and influencing processes, all tailored to the project and the audience.

Pam Beattie

Pam Beattie

Senior Consultant

B.Nat.Res. (Hons)

Pam has a diverse range of natural resource management skills including the management of catchments, environmental flows, wetlands, rivers, water quality and invasive plants and animals. She has worked extensively in monitoring, evaluation and reporting and NRM policy development and implementation. She has undertaken agriculture and irrigation management work to improve catchment outcomes.

Charles Thompson

Charles Thompson

Senior Fellow

B.Sci. (Ag.) (Hons), CPAg.

Charles has 20 years consulting experience and over 25 years’ experience in farm business and natural resource management. This includes water quality, salinity, irrigation, drainage, horticulture, community consultation and extension. His special fields of competence technical resource assessment; extension and advisory services to horticulture and agriculture; nutrients and water quality; and benchmarking horticultural enterprise management.