Greg Stone is the principal partner of Woodlands Environmental Management.
Greg’s qualifications are:
Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage) Charles Sturt University
Graduate Certificate in Science Communication Australian National University
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management Charles Sturt University
Advanced Diploma in Land Management University of Sydney
Associate Diploma in Land Management University of New England.
In addition to private consultancy, Greg has previously worked under contract with Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment Management Authority for administering the Native Vegetation Act 2003 and undertaking assessments for Property Vegetation Plans. Greg coordinated the Southern Highlands and Tablelands Biolinks project including incentive, community education and conservation programs.
Woodlands Environmental Management is currently contracted to the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust’s Conservation Partners Program for the assessment and preparation of Conservation Agreements and Wildlife Refuges with private landholders on properties of high conservation value across south-east NSW.
Several qualified and experienced ecologists, zoologists, botanists and bushfire consultants are also utilised by Woodlands Environmental Management to provide expertise as required.
Woodlands Environmental Management is insured for the following:
- Public and Products Liability Insurance of up to $10,000,000
- Professional Indemnity of up to $10,000,000
Woodlands Environmental Management operates under a Scientific Licence issued under the National Parks & Wildlife Act 1974
Licence number is: SL101033
Class Name: Biodiversity assessment / Species Impact Statement and Ecological survey/consultancy
Local Government Areas
Woodlands Environmental Management has operated within the following LGAs:
Bega Valley, Blue Mountains, Bombala, Campbelltown, Cooma-Monaro, Cowra, Eurobodalla, Goulburn Mulwaree, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Queanbeyan-Palerang, Shoalhaven, Wingecarribee, Wollondilly, Wollongong, Yass Valley and Young.
We no longer provide flora and fauna assessment services for developments within the Southern Highlands.