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Sarah George

Sarah George

Ecologist & Safari Guide

With many years of experience in working with various herbivores including those at the Ashdown Forest grazing project and after studying Countryside Management, Sarah went onto complete her Ecology Degree at Brighton University. She currently lectures and develops land-based courses at Plumpton College as well as currently studying for her Masters degree, focussing on soil health.

Believing that the better people understand the environment around them, the more they will choose to create stronger, healthier habitats and ecosystems, Sarah enjoys sharing the knowledge she has. She also enjoys also helping others to engage and develop their own outdoor skills and interests – be these conservation, ecological, environmentally based.

‘Having spent most of my life outdoors – be it climbing mountains, horse-riding or biking, I decided to retrain in conservation, believing I would pursue a career caring for our native wildlife.  However, I quickly realised that in order to achieve this, we needed to conserve, improve and create the habitats they required. This led to an interest in our native flora which subsequently informed an even deeper interest in the soils that support this.  It is a privilege to be able to work with the emerging habitats of the Knepp estate and of course, with the animals that create them, sharing these stories with the many visitors attracted to this wonderful place.’

Our 12+ Policy

Knepp Wildland Safaris and campsite are all about the quiet and patient observation of nature.

Some of the species we are likely to encounter are shy or can be frightened by loud noises or sudden movements. Our campsite with open-air fire-pits, wood-burning stoves and an on-site pond is unsuitable for small children.

For this reason, our safaris, holiday cottages and campsite are suitable only for children of 12 and over.

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