We're an experiment looking for better ways to:
Connect people to nature in positive, everyday ways
Celebrate how important nature is to the identity South Australia
We're taking stock of the great work that's already happening, and kicking off a few new projects to find the best ways to do that.
Our hunch is that a positive, creative approach to nature connection is one of the most important conservation activities we can undertake. We can't expect people to care about something with which they have no connection.
We're part of the Nature of SA, a sector-wide partnership experimenting with new ways forward for Nature and society in South Australia. After a statewide consultation process, the Nature of SA partnership is running a series of experiments, of which we are one.
We're run a small working group from a variety of organisations:
Vicki-Jo Russel AM, Trees for Life
Jill Woodlands, Amongst It Coordinator
Jody Gates, DEWNR
Allys Todd, Conservation SA
Ryan Hubbard, Hinterland Innovation and TACSI
Robin Parkin, Hinterland Innovation
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the Adnyamathanha, Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara, and more than thirty other groups of traditional custodians of the land in South Australia.
We pay tribute to Elders past, present and emerging, who hold the stories, traditions, hopes and dreams of indigenous Australia.
111 Franklin Street
Adelaide, SA 5000
The image of Rymill Park on the home page is Creative Commons Dan O'ckr