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Harry James

Grazing and Water Quality Project Officer

Harry commenced work with Cape York NRM in May 2019 through QFF’s Agricultural Extension Work Placement Program. Harry is based in Cooktown and is working on several projects including Reef Trust Phase IV gully remediation and the Cape York Reef Community Action Plan.

Harry graduated from the University of Queensland in 2018 where he was studying Environmental Management (Honours), majoring in natural systems and wildlife. Harry loves visiting properties on the Cape and has a passion for helping land managers and local communities to manage their land and waterways. 

In his spare time Harry enjoys hiking and playing guitar. 

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