The Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association is a nationwide group dedicated to understanding and conserving Australia's native plants and animals. (And the other groups—especially fungi. (Heck, do these people love their fungi!)
IFFA's aims and objectives are to promote the appreciation, study, conservation and management of indigenous flora and fauna through:
- research and discussion;
- networking and advocacy; and
- information exchange.
They run workshops and seminars and have a good time while doing all of the above.
Check out IFFA's website here. (I've put the link up over there too →)