The Friends of Black Hill and Morialta's purpose is to conserve, protect and restore our environment by:
Who we are
Friends of Black Hill & Morialta is a not-for-profit charity which has been protecting and restoring native vegetation in South Australia since August 1986. A community based conservation group providing volunteer help to the National Parks and Wildlife Service of South Australia by hosting regular restoration events, hosting community education events, implementing projects intended to conserve and preserve natural reserves, conduct research and field investigation, fundraise for projects and cooperate with entities which have similar aims.
Our projects protect native habitat through restoration programs and engage with community by providing fun and educational events.
Our primary objective
To conserve, protect and restore Black Hill, Morialta and Horsnell Gully Conservation Parks for native species.
Restore damaged and fragmented habitat through restoration; Conserve the biodiversity and cultural heritage of the parks; and Learn from our work, share knowledge and raise awareness.
Friends of Black Hill & Morialta is an Incorporated Association Australian listed on the Register of Environmental Organisations and the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission. We are a 100% volunteer organisation administered by an associated corporation committee. Our ABN is 98 370 914 984.
For more information on our projects, or to make a tax deductible donation, visit www.fobhm.org