The Black Run Preserve is a 1,300 acre parcel of permanently preserved land in Evesham Township, located between the Marlton Lakes and Kings Grant neighborhoods. It is an ecological wonder of Pine Barrens forest, wetlands, streams and old cranberry bogs, and hosts a variety of threatened and endangered plant and animal species.
The Friends of the Black Run Preserve is a volunteer organization formed in 2012. Our mission is to preserve and protect the unique natural beauty and Pine Barrens ecology of the Black Run Preserve for the benefit of all citizens.
We strive to maintain the pristine quality of its natural resources while promoting healthy outdoor activities, environmental awareness and education.
Friends of the Black Run Preserve will support the Evesham community in being good stewards of the Preserve and helping people to enjoy its many beauties through hiking, school field trips, biking, birdwatching and other forms of compatible recreation. The Friends coordinate many programs and activities within the Preserve, including guided hikes and stewardship projects like clean-ups and trail improvements.
Our Board Members come from a variety of professional backgrounds.
We establish strategic partnerships with organizations committed to protecting and preserving Black Run Preserve.
Friends of the Black Run Preserve is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving 1,300 acres of land in Evesham Township, known as Black Run Preserve.
Mailing Address: 123 E. Main Street, PO Box 1124, Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: (609) 451-0580