Our priorities

Nature education

We are helping to grow nature and sustainability education in Adelaide to support children and adults to connect with the environment. Read on to find out more.

The beating heart of a cooler, greener, wilder and climate-resilient city is community involvement and action.

Everyone has a role. We can all care in our own way. Connecting to the natural world improves our wellbeing.

Nature education needs to resonate with the cultural diversity of the whole population, and be accessible for everyone. It spans biodiversity, water, coast, climate change, sustainability and more.

It delivers developmental, physical and mental health benefits.
Green Adelaide is partnering with the community, schools, businesses and government to deliver nature education that builds upon existing activities and programs.

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First flight for 3 threatened hooded plover chicks - Green Adelaide
 

Grassroots funding brings 46 Adelaide environmental projects to life

Grassroots funding brings 46 Adelaide environmental projects to life - Green Adelaide
 

Applications open for next intake of Coastal Ambassadors

Applications open for next intake of Coastal Ambassadors - Green Adelaide
 

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Vegetables to grow that you and your dog can enjoy - Green Adelaide
 

How to compost and why you should start now

How to compost and why you should start now - Green Adelaide
 

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3 herbs to take cuttings from – and how - Green Adelaide
 
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