Sue Marriott, AM has been an active, dedicated and highly successful participant in the sustainable agriculture movement for more than 20 years. She is a farmer who, since 1984, has worked in a range of specific Landcare extension projects and education enterprises, developing networks across Australia and internationally. She is currently a member of her local landcare group. She is also a Churchill Fellow and was awarded the Vida Goldstein award for Women in the Environment and is co-author of the booklet “Landcare in Australia – founded on local action.” Sue was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the Australia Day Honours in January 2012 for her service to International Landcare.
Victoria Mack is a Town Planner currently working in Local Government in a rural and peri-urban Council west of Melbourne, Victoria. She has a Bachelor of Adult Learning and Development (BALD) from Monash University and a Master of Social Science (Environment and Planning) from RMIT University. Victoria has previously had a extensive career working in education and training specifically in agriculture, horticulture, community development and conservation and land management. Her passion is the potential of international Landcare.