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Personal profile

Research interests

  • Livelihood and environmental impacts of international development
  • Action research for rural development
  • Property rights and conservation
  • Cultural management of natural resources

Personal profile

Dr Joanne Millar, has over 30 years experience in the government and university sector, with expertise in action research for natural resource management, agriculture, rural development and conservation management. Her research focuses on understanding landholders, farming families and community engagement processes in order to improve rural livelihoods and environmental management. Research projects have been conducted in regional NSW, Victoria, Queensland, Laos, Indonesia, Bhutan and Timor Leste with government and non-goverment organisations.. Dr Millar currently works on international research projects commissioned by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) and UK Darwin Initiative Fund in Laos and Timor Leste to improve smallholder farming and carbon forestry systems.

Professional Information

External Appointments & Memberships:

  • International Association for Society and the Commons (member);
  • Asian Studies Association (member)
  • Timor Leste Studies Association (member)

Editorial roles on journals:

  • Editorial Board of the International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability;
  • Member of the International Editorial Board for Mountain Research and Development
  • Editorial Board for Extension Farming Systems Journal.

Education/Academic qualification

Charles Sturt University


University of Melbourne


External positions

Community Nature Conservation Team Leader

Apr 1998Aug 2002

Landcare Pastures Extension Officer



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