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The Friends of Black Mountain is a non-profit voluntary organisation dedicated to conserving and promoting the biodiversity of Black Mountain. 

Vision for Black Mountain

Our vision is that Black Mountain be recognised as an icon of biodiversity in Canberra, the 'Bush Capital' of Australia.

Vision for Friends of Black Mountain

Friends of Black Mountain aim to be the primary community voice for conserving and promoting the biodiversity of Black Mountain. 

Aims

The Friends of Black Mountain is a non-profit organisation dedicated to conserving and promoting the biodiversity of Black Mountain. Its aims are to:

  • Encourage interest in and develop knowledge and understanding of the natural, cultural, recreational, scientific, educational and aesthetic values of Black Mountain.

  • Build a record of the reserve's biodiversity and values.

  • Promote its uniqueness within and beyond the ACT region.

Membership

Membership is open to all people interested in the conservation and promotion of the biodiversity of Black Mountain

Activities

The Friends of Black Mountain Coordination Group organises a range of formal and informal activities for:
Protecting the integrity of Black Mountain and its connectivity to adjoining nature reserves.
Preserving the Belconnen Way, Caswell Drive and Frith Street approaches to Black Mountain as the main access for recreational, educational, research and conservation activities on the mountain and as a wildlife corridor.
Preserving the aesthetic values of Black Mountain.
Protecting the nature reserve for future generations of Canberrans and the nation.
Preserving the significance and unique features of the diverse range of soil biota, geology, native flora and fauna so close to the centre of the National Capital.
Preserving the ecotourism value of Black Mountain for Canberra.
Preserving the living heritage value of Black Mountain.
Providing interpretation and education about Black Mountain.
Preserving the recreational and community values of Black Mountain.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Molonglo Conservation Group acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land our studio stands on, the Ngunnawal people and extends this respect to all First Nations peoples, including Elders past, present and emerging.

This site is managed in partnership with Molonglo Conservation Group

Molonglo Conservation Group acknowledges the funding assistance provided through the Australian Government's National Landcare Programme Regional Investment Strategy, various ACT Government environment and heritage programs, and various NSW Government programs.

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