Natasha Garvan


Bell Gully

Bell Gully partner Natasha Garvan is an environmental and resource management law specialist. Natasha has in-depth knowledge of freshwater management and related reforms. She is experienced in interpreting and applying the new National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management 2020 and National Environmental Standards for Freshwater 2020 to various projects and policy contexts. Natasha was a member of the Governance and Limits Working Group for the second report of the Land and Water Forum. She assisted the NZ Landcare Trust as co-author of the publication “Community-owned Rural Catchment Management: A guide for partners" and is a co-founder of 3F (Food, Farms, and Freshwater) - created to provide a pathway to enhancing the environment in a way that adds value to the New Zealand economy.