Braeden Lampard – Program Manager Murray Darling Basin
Braeden Lampard has over 7 years’ experience working in local stakeholder engagement, communications and fish ecology.
In his early career, he spent a large amount of time working on large scale monitoring and delivering effective fishery management projects. Braeden is a dedicated and highly motivated professional who has had a strong interest in the environment industry since his childhood, which started from camping, bushwalking and fishing along the Murray and Darling Rivers.
Braeden will continue to engage the community and deliver fishery management projects to ensure the native fishery recovers so that the next generation of recreational anglers have the same, if not better, fishing opportunities as he had.