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The Wadderin Reserve Wildlife Sanctuary is 520 Ha of mainly undisturbed bushland, and is a haven for endangered wildlife species in a fragmented wheatbelt. In 2008 a feral proof fence was constructed around the reserve, and feral animals removed. The Narembeen District High School in conjunction with the Waddderin Reserve Management Committee worked together to design a project where the students visited the site, collected seed, propagated the seed and then revegetated areas of the Wadderin Reserve, as part of a Small Community Grants project financed by Avon Catchment Council (now Wheatbelt NRM). The students were also involved in photographing and cataloguing trees in the reserve. They were also guided along the way by Mrs Michelle Fry of Santaleuca forestry.