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A Heartfelt Farewell to Rueben Berg

The Victorian Environmental Water Holder advises that Rueben Berg has resigned from his position as VEWH Commissioner to focus on his other commitments.

Rueben Berg

The Victorian Environmental Water Holder advises that Rueben Berg has resigned from his position as VEWH Commissioner to focus on his other commitments.

VEWH Commission Chair Chris Chesterfield thanked Rueben for his enormous contribution since being the first Aboriginal person appointed as a VEWH Commissioner in 2017

"Rueben has contributed enormously to better incorporating Traditional Owner values in our decision-making and progressing self-determination in the environmental watering program," Mr Chesterfield said.

Mr Berg said, "I am immensely proud of the work the VEWH has done and the role I have been able to play. The VEWH has been an amazing organisation to be part of.

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03 9637 8951 or email
general.enquiries@vewh.vic.gov.au.

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