Dr Alexandra Knight
Research co-design facilitator, Natural Resource Management (NRM) Regions Australia and NESP Resilient Landscapes Hub
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Dr Alexandra Knight is a knowledge exchange and research co-design specialist with extensive experience building solutions-focussed research programs.
Dr Knight comes to NRM Regions Australia/NESP RLH from Charles Sturt University where she lectures in Environmental Management. Her research focuses on the nexus between research and practice, as she works with communities to build knowledge of and action for nature and biodiversity. Freshwater and tidal wetlands fascinate her, and she has specialist knowledge of both Australian amphibians and intertidal vegetation together with their socio-ecological contexts.
Prior to her academic career, Dr Knight led the biodiversity program of the then Murray Catchment Management Authority, building a diverse range of projects with farmers and local communities to protect and enhance frogs, ground-nesting birds, native vegetation and mammals. Conservation on private land expanded on her foundation as a Ranger for the Queensland and New South Wales national park services.
She works across Natural Resource Management organisations and the Resilient Landscapes Hub from her base in Albury-Wodonga.
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