After growing up in Pemberton, Carl spent 25 years working for the Department of Conservation and Land Management (now DBCA) across the State, mainly in National Park Management with involvement in the development of the Bibbulmun Track and Munda Biddi Trail.
After resigning from CALM Carl has spent approximately 10 years working in Local Government with the Shire of Katanning and City of Albany. He worked in a number of community service and recreation management roles in this time, including being heavily involved in developing the City of Albany’s Trail Hubs Strategy and Albany Heritage Park Trails Concept Plan.
In between working for the Shire of Katanning and City Of Albany Carl was CEO of South Coast NRM for 4 years. This is where he was part of the State Dieback Steering Committee that developed the State Phytopthora Dieback Management & Investment Framework, and was also a community representative that helped develop the Western Australian Mountain Bike Management Guidelines.
Carl is a passionate trail user and advocate who believes well designed trails can encourage people to enjoy the outdoors and protect the environment.
Last updated by Trailtalk Admin Sep 4.