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November, 2022

Wednesday
2
Morialta Falls Car Park
9:30 AM
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Restoring the native flora around the iconic First Falls in Morialta Conservation park
Sunday
6
Meet at the Wildflower Garden building
9:00 AM
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Working in and around the Wildflower Garden to increase the amenity of the area and prevent introduced species getting in the greater Conservation Park
Thursday
10
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Restoring the native flora in Montacute Valley
Wednesday
16
Morialta Resource Centre
9:30 AM
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Restoring the native flora in the Morialta 4th Creek area
Wednesday
16
DEW Black Hill Office
We will be in the Fire Crew Kitchen / Lunch room
7:30 PM
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Friends of Black Hill and Morialta Inc. Annual General Meeting
Saturday
19
We will meet in the carpark off Horsnell Gully Road.
2:00 PM
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Working on native habitat restoration in Horsnell Gully Conservation Park
Sunday
20
Meet at the Wildflower Garden building
9:00 AM
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Working in and around the Wildflower Garden to increase the amenity of the area and prevent introduced species getting in the greater Conservation Park
Sunday
27
Meet at the first gate on the right along Morialta Falls road.
9:30 AM
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FOBHMs oldest site Olive Hill is worked on to remove invasive flora (weeds) and restore the hill to a native grassy woodland habitat.

While most of the sites Olives have been removed, other weeds have appeared along the hill but we are making progress to remove them giving time for native species to return. The hill is home to a range of woodland birds, echidnas, Koalas and Kangaroos and some very large Black Mallee Box trees.
Some of the invasive flora we have been working on include bridal creeper, Saffron Thistle Olive trees as well as escaped garden plants.