Nature Foundation SA
Founded in 1981, Nature Foundation SA is a not-for-profit nature charity that works to Save, Protect and Restore South Australia's natural biodiversity. Find out more about the history of Nature Foundation SA.
Nature Foundation SA focuses on three key areas:
- Land Acquisition and Management
Purchasing and managing land with significant conservation value and restoring it to its natural state. This land protects threatened species, builds wildlife corridors and provides a base from which scientific studies can be undertaken.
- Water For Nature
Nature Foundation SA's Water For Nature initiative conducts environmental watering projects along the River Murray. NFSA has partnered with the Commonwealth Environmental Water Office in delivering 50 gigalitres of Commonwealth environmental water to rehabilitate wetlands and floodplains along the River Murray in South Australia.
- Research, Projects and Education
NFSA funds high-level conservation research projects, to date providing over $2 million of funding to 340 research projects.
NFSA is a registered charity and relies upon supporters, members and donors to support its