Charlie Prell is a sheep farmer from Crookwell, NSW. He is one of four farmers under the Crookwell 2 wind farm. He has had 19 years of experience in renewables, focusing on wind farms. He is a strong public supporter of the benefits wind farms can bring to small regional communities. Since 2014 he has been the NSW Regional Organiser for the Australian Wind Alliance.
He was part of the working group and then the steering committee that formed Farmers for Climate Action. He was previously co-chair and is currently deputy chair. He is passionate about the health and well-being of small regional communities and in assisting these communities to meet the challenge of climate change. He also promotes the opportunities that meeting these challenges can bring to individual farmers and their communities.