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Harry James

Project Officer

Harry commenced work with Cape York NRM in May 2019 as an Agricultural Extension Graduate with QFF’s Agricultural Extension Work Placement Program. Upon finishing the year-long program, Harry secured a project officer role. He is based in Atherton and is working on several projects including Reef Trust Phase IV and Springvale gully remediation projects. 

Harry graduated from the University of Queensland in December 2018 where he was studying Environmental Management (Honours), majoring in natural systems and wildlife. During his time at UQ Harry completed internships with the Wet Tropics Management Authority in Cairns and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in central China. 

Harry has a passion for community-based natural resource management and tackling the challenges of delivering strong environmental and social outcomes in the Cape York region.

In his spare time Harry enjoys hiking and playing guitar. 

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