You can find out more about how and why Falklands Conservation was founded, our background and our achievements since 1979, in Our History.
Formal details of our legal structure and procedures as a UK company limited by guarantee and UK registered charity (a non-governmental, non-profit organisation) are included in Constitution. Our finances from 2001 are detailed in Annual Report & Accounts.
Falklands Conservation is run by a team of dedicated people including our Trustees, staff, members and volunteers. They are all vitally important in enabling us to undertake our conservation role protecting the wildlife of the Falkland Islands.
Chief Executive Officer - Dr Esther Bertram
Conservation Officer - Dr Andy Stanworth
Conservation Science Officer - Sarah Crofts
Office Manager - Farrah Peck
Community Engagement Manager - Liz Milston
Administrative Assistant - Vicky Collier
Project Staff -
Lower Plants Project Officer - Dafydd Crabtree
Raptor Officer - Micky Reeves
Habitat Restoration Project Officer - Dr Stuart Smith
Assistant Biodiversity Action Planner - Freya Gill
Herbarium Curator - Helen March
The Board of Trustees is elected from amongst our members. They are based both in the UK and in the Falkland Islands. There is a UK and a Falkland Islands Committee, which deal with operational matters in each country.
The current Trustees are:
Paul Brewin (Vice Chair)
Keith Biles (FI Treasurer)
Roger Spink (FI Chairman)
Henry Robinson (UK Chairman)
Mandy Shepherd (UK Vice Chairman)
Tym Marsh (UKTreasurer)