Arid Recovery

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Arid Recovery is an independent, not-for-profit conservation initiative that has been restoring Australia’s arid lands since 1997. Our success is attributed to many supporters including the unwavering support of the local community through volunteers and the long term support from our major sponsors BHP Billiton, SA Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, and the University of Adelaide.

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ARPA Bushwalkers

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The ARPA Bushwalkers is an activity sub-group of the ARPA Active over 50s Association (SA) Inc. With over five hundred members we are one of the largest walking groups in South Australia.

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Australian Marine Wildlife Research & Rescue Organisation (AMWRRO)

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Providing a rescue and rehabilitation service for our incredibly unique Australian marine wildlife species.

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Butterfly Conservation SA Inc

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Butterfly Conservation SA was established in 1998 with a commitment to reintroduce butterflies to habitats where they previously existed. Since that time our aims have broadened to include other invertebrates and their impact on the ecosystem by using the iconic “butterfly” as a means of capturing attention.

If butterflies and moths hold your interest them contact us to find out how you can feed your interest - see the Public Talks program for 2016.

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Central Hills Four Wheel Drive Club Inc.

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The Club is an Incorporated Body, with its own Constitution and By-Laws, and is a member of Four Wheel Drive South Australian, the SA Branch of the National Council.

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Field Naturalists Society of SA inc

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It is South Australia's first conservation group, founded in 1883 and incorporated in 1959.

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Friends of Glenthorne

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Glenthorne is a parcel of land located 16 kilometres south of the city of Adelaide, South Australia. As a volunteer group our aims are to preserve and enhance the natural and cultural heritage of the property. New members always welcome.

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