Catriona McLeod is a cultural consultant and horticulturalist based in Tasmania.
Catriona is a passionate advocate of wild places and the preservation of threatened environments and species. With thirty years of experience as a writer, designer, researcher, horticulturalist and university lecturer, she brings a professional, rigorous approach to her work.
- Expert horticultural knowledge
- Strong appreciation of history
- Knowledge of the application of the Burra Charter, indigenous and heritage research processes/protocols
- Excellent research and written communication skills
- Full public liability insurance
Born in Brisbane, Catriona became a passionate horticulturalist while working in plant nurseries and studying architecture and landscape architecture. After travelling, working as a designer and horticultural consultant and completing a few more degrees, she began her academic career at Queensland University of Technology. More recently, she taught at the University of Tasmania, teaching design principles, landscape architecture, ecology and horticulture and sustainable practices.
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