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Bart Dryden

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Based in Innisfail/Cairns, Bart works with landholders and stakeholders to develop Reef Credits projects to reduce the runoff of Sediment and Nutrients to the Great Barrier Reef. With a Degree in Applied Science majoring in Natural Systems and Wildlife Management, as well as 13 years experience at Terrain NRM in various project management roles he has worked across a wide variety of areas including, indigenous business development, Threatened species recovery, Sustainable agriculture, Waterways and Wetlands and Invasive species management. He have worked in and around Reef Water Quality Improvement projects for the last 10 years and worked on projects focussed on Gully and Streambank repair, waterways and wetlands and nutrient use efficiency.

Bart lives with his family on a small property west of Innisfail, with a passion for the outdoors and visiting wild places. In his free time, he coaches kids sports, works on his property spends time fishing.

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