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'Gib is the oldest son of Norman Wettenhall. He is an award-winning author and has written a series of books on cultural landscapes and Indigenous history. He is the editor of Australian Forest Grower magazine and the treasurer of Ballarat Region Treegrowers.  He is the publications officer for central Victoria’s 300km long Great Dividing Trail and president of the Mollongghip Community Hall in the rural settlement where he lives. A lawyer and journalist by training, Gib has previously acted as news editor of The Melbourne Times, managed co-operative programs for the Ministry of Housing and was business manager for the Commission for the Future.' (

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