Students can be taught about issues of environment but it is the process of being involved, in doing that creates empathy and an understanding for the need for its restoration and preservation.

At Arid Recovery we actively involve students to engage them with the conservation of native vegetation and native animals, and to assist our work to reduce the severity of impacts from feral invasion on our native species.

Each educational visit offers a comprehensive program of activities which can be tailored to suit different education levels and learning styles.  The Program is designed to be hands on so that students can gain a practical insight into the restoration and pest control work undertaken on a day to day basis at the Reserve to restore populations of locally extinct and threatened native species to the arid zone.

Lesson Plans

Over Night Stay 

Please download our Schedule of Rates form and complete before emailing admin@aridrecovery.org.au with the number of students attending.

Latest News

Know thy enemy - What happens when you breed animals in an environment where there are no predators?
18 Oct, 2016
There have been a few blogs along the way regarding my research of the Greater Bilby (Macrotis lagotis) at Arid Recovery (refresh your mind here ( ..
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Arid recovery is a conservation initiative supported by:
adelaide university