“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” - William Shakespeare
Nature has something for everyone but is it within everyone’s reach?
In this Nature Festival hosted online panel the diverse value of nature, some of the barriers South Australians experience in accessing it, and showcase some of the programs that are working to make it easier for everyone to connect.
To watch the livestream of this talk, go here.
The livestream will appear at the top of the page at the start time or shortly after.
You don't need to have Facebook to access the video. Best to watch on a computer, rather than a phone or tablet.
- Ben Trewren, Youth, Inc. Experiential Learning Manager, Youth, Inc. is an Adelaide-based learning alternative, designed specifically for young people aged 17-24 who are looking for something a bit different.
- Yvie Eglinton, Dept of Environment and Water’s National Parks Access Coordinator.
- Tricia Curtis, Trees For Life’s Regenerate and Stepping Stone Programs. Stepping Stones provides friendly and safe activities to introduce people new to Australia to nature.
- Harry Spurrier, Neurohero Foundation. Neuro Hero aims to improve the lives of teenagers with debilitating neurodegenerative disorders through virtual reality video games and at-home sustainable agriculture.
This event will be concurrently screened online; you may select either the in-person or online option when you book. The link to join online will be emailed to ticket holders closer to the event.
Please note that all tickets to attend this event live will be transferred to online tickets should Level 4 or 5 activity restriction levels apply at the time of the event.