The Fauna and Flora Research Collective Inc. (FFRC) is an independent volunteer not-for-profit research collective engaged primarily in surveying for and reporting on the presence of threatened species and communities within Victoria’s public forests that are subject to logging. The primary focus of our research attends to the provisions within current legislation that aim to provide some protection for some of Victoria’s most threatened flora, fauna and ecological communities.
UPDATE: The trial for the East Gippsland Old Growth Forest Supreme court case brought by Fauna and Flora Research Collective (FFRC) against the Department of Environment Land Water and Planning and VicForests concluded in February 2019. As of October 2019, we are still awaiting judgment in that matter. The fundraising page remains active in order to continue to cover costs associated with the proceeding.
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