Landcare Tasmania's purpose is to represent, support, strengthen and grow community Landcare in Tasmania. We do this by supporting our members, and in turn need to be informed, aware and guided by the interests and needs of the membership.
Rod Knight took up the role of Landcare Tasmania's CEO in 2016. He brings over 30 years experience in environmental science, land management, certification systems and business management. Rod sees the community as absolutely vital in addressing the sustainability challenges of our time, and is passionate about empowering and supporting people on this journey through Landcare.
Community Landcare Manager and Deputy CEO
Peter starting working in the environmental field while in Primary School, addressing pollution in his local creek and engaging with Council to rectify the situation. With a deep understanding of the Tasmanian environment and an uncanny knack of being able to talk to anyone, on the land or in town, about the life around us in a way that is inspirational, informed and inclusive. His current work as Community Landcare Manager for the last 10 years and deputy CEO for Landcare Tasmania spans the breadth and depth of this amazing island. He has an unabated passion and enthusiasm for the environment, community, owls and a good yarn.
Landcare Services Manager
Priscilla first joined Landcare Tasmania in 2017 as an office volunteer, but soon became a staff member and is now the Landcare Services Manager. She has made a career in providing technical support to various faces of the environmental sector, from environmental testing labs to university research support, and now to the Tasmanian community members who are so incredibly passionate about looking after their local patch.
Always having been a 'plant person', she's an active volunteer with the Threatened Plants Tasmania group, and is also a co-coordinator at the Native Orchid Conservation Lab at the Botanical Gardens in Hobart.
Event Producer and Volunteer Coordinator
Kat joined the team in 2019 to help put on the biennial conference and has stuck around to help on some of the amazing Landcare Tas projects, events and volunteers.
With a huge life long passion for the environment she's thrilled to bringing a wide range of event and community building experience to Landcare Tasmania team, she loves being at the forefront of helping protect and rebuild biodiversity in our island home.
Dr. Raelene Mibus
Working on Landcaring projects around Australia most of her life, Raelene joined Landcare Tas in 2020.
A passionate environmental scientist with a background in sustainable landscape and natural resource management for the creation of lasting environmental improvements; a love of botany, sustainable land management best practice, biodiverse, weed-free vegetation management. She is a creative individual who is energized by delivering outcomes that ultimately benefit the environment.
Communications and Database Assistant
Jenn began working with the Landcare team as a volunteer in 2019. She has completed studies in environmental science, anthropology and economics. She is passionate about caring for our precious environment and sees Landcare community groups as one of the best ways to do so. Jenn also has interests in corporate environmental responsibility, sustainable land management and cultural heritage. She is honoured to support a movement which empowers people and communities to take care of their patch.