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Kangaroo Haven | Australia We partnered with Kangaroo Haven in 2016 to educate students about the challenges associated with protecting Australian wildlife and conservation areas. Students assist in the rehabilitation of rescued kangaroos, which includes feeding young kangaroos and cleaning and maintaining their enclosures. It takes up to 18 months of care before joeys can be returned to the wild.

Environmental Conservation and Restoration

Jane Goodall Institute | Tanzania Rustic has partnered with the Jane Goodall Institute in Tanzania and its youth-led community action program, Roots & Shoots, since 2016. The Jane Goodall Institute works to protect great apes and their habitats, sustainably improve human livelihoods, and inspire youth around the world to create action and positive change. Rustic Pathways students joined forces with Tanzanian students to help build tree nurseries and construct beehives, both designed to help address poverty in area communities. „ 6 beehives constructed

„ 2,600 sapling tubes prepared

Demonstrating SLO: Self-Awareness “I can confidently say my month spent in Tanzania changed my life for the better. I have grown in my understanding and acceptance of different cultures, I discovered a strength and resilience inside myself, and I developed relationships with wonderful people.”

Samantha Rosenberg Scarsdale, New York African Wildlife Conservation, Climbing Kili, and Serengeti to Zanzibar, 2017 27

Environment and Animal Welfare

Wildlife Conservation and Animal Welfare

2017 Rustic Pathways Impact Report  

At Rustic Pathways we assess our impact in two ways: through our students and the communities we partner with. Read the full 2017 Impact Rep...