NGT welcomes a new full-time staff member to Warrnambool – Lauren Veale

NGT welcomes a new full-time staff member to Warrnambool – Lauren Veale

After undertaking a brief stint of casual work with NGT last year, Lauren Veale has returned to work full time with us, based out of Warrnambool – with her first day being on Monday this week.

Lauren has a research background in estuarine fish ecology, and is joining us to work alongside Nick on our Aquasave – NGT native freshwater fish ecology projects and Lachlan on some of our wetland restoration projects.

Some of Lauren’s initial projects will involve work on the nationally threatened Yarra Pygmy Perch in the South East of SA, the Burrowing Crayfish in the western districts and co-ordinating native fish monitoring we have planned over the next couple of years for Long Swamp.

Welcome back Lauren!

Lauren Veale while undertaking field work for her PhD in WA, now working with NGT based in Warrnambool.

Mark Bachmann
Mark Bachmann


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