Malcolm French

Trillion Trees President

Malcolm French is an agriculturalist, publisher, associate researcher and honorary curator of the eucalypts at the WA Herbarium, a farmer in the central wheatbelt of Western Australia and a recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2015. He has worked in agribusiness across three states in his corporate and in his farming life. Through this combined experience as a farmer, his time in agribusiness management across WA and his passion for eucalypts, he has been an advocate of protecting and planting native vegetation on farms. Malcolm has published a number of taxonomic papers and two books on the eucalypts of Western Australia. He continues to research our iconic eucalypts and innovations to increase tree cover in the landscape of Western Australia.

Leo Kerr­
Vice President

Leo Kerr VP

Leo has been a Trillion Trees member since 1988. He has held board positions in the past including the position of Vice President. During his time with the organisation he has co-founded, The Million Tree program in 1989, The Children’s Forest in 1999 and Carbon Neutral in 2001. Carbon Neutral was overall winner of the 2007 Western Australian Environmental awards. Leo was awarded an honorary life membership in 2016 and was re-elected to the board in 2020 as Vice President.

Peter Randell

MOTT Board Member

Peter’s early career centred around the provision of taxation and business advice to a diverse, mainly rural client base.
Following that, he was computer systems consultant for 5 years in the formative PC era.
For the last 26 years Peter has run his own business providing financial advice and stockbroking services for private clients.

Sally Dare

MOTT Board Member

A background in nursing and midwifery and currently Manager Support Services for Breast Cancer Care WA.. Sally embraces diversity and working together in a collaborative and productive way to care for both the planet and its people. She places a priority on supporting strong community organisations with a clear purpose, good governance structure, effective communication, and an evidence-based approach to program development and decision making. Sally grew up on a wheat-sheep farm and holds fond memories of Men of the Trees tree plantings that connected her family with city folk through the Farm Tree Help Scheme.


Denise True – CEO


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Paul Barber


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Anne Halsted


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Thom Scott

Thom Scott Trillion Trees

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Ric Gleadell


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Carole Winfield


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John Winter


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Shane Kearney
(Perth City Farm)

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Jennifer West
(Carbon Positive)

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