Nell Graham Obituary, Death – After serving as the Coordinator of the Parramatta River Catchment Group (PRCG) for the past three and a half years, Nell Graham has made the decision to step aside from her role as the organization’s leader. We will never forget Nell Graham, and it is with the utmost regret that we say goodbye to her. Nell has been accountable for carrying out the responsibilities associated with this role during the entirety of her time spent working for the PRCG. Nell will be greatly missed by everyone who had the opportunity to know her. During the time that she has spent working for the PRCG, Nell has been an invaluable asset to the completion of a number of crucial Masterplan initiatives.
As a result, her contributions are very essential to the success of this objective, and she should be commended for her efforts. These initiatives are comprised of three separate projects: the Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) audit, the Designing with Country for the Parramatta River watershed project, and the Bayview Park swim site launch. The WSUD audit aims to determine whether or not a community’s built environment is designed in a way that conserves water. These three projects are currently all in the planning stages. Since the PRCG was founded in 2013, Nell has been a contributing and active member of the organization since since it was established. In addition to this, Nell has made significant contributions to the Greater Sydney Harbour Coastal Management Program as well as the Regional Litter Prevention Strategy. Both of these programs aim to reduce the amount of litter in their respective regions.
These two projects share the common goal of reducing the amount of litter in their respective areas. The reduction of the amount of litter in their respective regions is the overriding objective of both of these projects, which share the same name. Nell worked as the leader of the PRCG and devised new tactics to maintain engagement with our member agencies and the community during the challenging lockdown times brought on by COVID-19. The utilization of online meetings and webinars was one component of these strategies. Due to Nell’s boundless energy, infectious zeal, and comprehensive understanding of river management, biodiversity, and sustainable practices, the PRCG has reaped many benefits as a result of her contributions; however, the group will deeply mourn her passing due to the fact that she had such a comprehensive understanding of these topics.
We are absolutely ecstatic for her and want nothing but the best for her in her new role as a council member for the city of Campbelltown, which is located in the Australian state of New South Wales.