“Melaleuca Enterprises undertook the 2009 Comprehensive State of the Environment Report for the Glen Innes Severn Council.  Council was extremely satisfied with the comprehensive report provided.  Michelle McKemey assisted Council in undertaking the community consultation phase of the report and was highly effective in the delivery of this element of the project.   Melaleuca Enterprises delivered the project within the agreed time frames and agreed budget.  I would have no hesitation in utilising the services of Melaleuca Enterprises again.”

Graham Price, Director, Development and Environmental Services, Glen Innes Severn Council

“We recently had Michelle develop a Conservation Agreement for our property.  Michelle’s expertise proved invaluable, resulting in the best possible outcome for us, and her friendly approach made the whole process a more enjoyable experience.  I thoroughly recommend her services to anyone.”

Gary Fisher, Director, Kangawalla Pastoral Company, Glen Innes

“Michelle is an extremely diligent and hard working ecologist, with a real passion for her work and providing the highest standards of professionalism.  Her attention to detail and wide spanning knowledge of the natural world mean that she brings considerable experience to any jobs requiring a deep understanding of ecological processes.”

Tammie Matson, Ph.D. (Zoology)

“Michelle McKemey walked me, literally and figuratively, through the complicated process of obtaining a Conservation Agreement over my property during 2009-2010.  Michelle took all the pressure out of the process through her easy style of communication and ensured the final document was comprehensive – she has a great eye for detail.  Throughout this past year, Michelle has been consistent and responsive to my request for information, and I have thoroughly enjoyed the entire conservation agreement procurement.  Thank you Michelle.”

Mahri Koch, Ph.D.

Click here to view a detailed testimonial from Sally Ash, Coordinator, Conservation Partners Program, Office of Environment and Heritage NSW