Liz Kington

Liz Kington

Liz has worked in the Western Australian environment sector since finishing her PhD in Environmental Science at the University of Western Australia in 2000. She currently works for the National Malleefowl Recovery Team.

From 2005, whilst employed by Wheatbelt NRM, Liz worked alongside Avongro’s founder Monica Durcan developing native tree-crop industries for the Wheatbelt. Her work with Avongro and other partners assisted in the development of the sandalwood, brushwood and oil mallee industries in the region.

Liz has been actively involved in Avongro since 2014 when she attended her first Activate the Wheatbelt event in Merredin. She is currently deputy-chair of Avongro and works with a community of volunteers on annual Activate tree-planting events revegetating cleared landscapes and reviving biodiversity habitat.

Liz has a small rural property and is one of the Toodyay Friends of the River.  She’s a passionate environmentalist and professional environmental manager and much more… see her on LinkedIn.