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Keith has a demonstrated commitment to the appropriate development of Northern Australia. A Rural Planner with his family company Insideout Architects, Keith chairs one of Australia's 54 regional natural resource management organisations, Terrain NRM; and the Dry Tropics Partnership for Healthy Waters. He farmed tropical fruit in Queensland's Wet Tropics for 23 years. Keith has lived and worked throughout regional Australia, culminating in declaration of Australia’s largest terrestrial protected area – the 97,000 km2 Ngaanyatjarra Lands Indigenous Protected Area in Western Australia. Keith has a PhD and MSc from James Cook University, a Bachelor of Agricultural Science from the University of Queensland, and a Graduate Diploma in Plant Protection from Gatton Agricultural College. Keith is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Registered Planner with the Planning Institute of Australia.

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  • 2023 - Life Member, Terrain NRM
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  • 2009 - Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
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  • 2003 - Registered Planner with the Planning Institute of Australia
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