Our Services

Environmental Restoration

We provide various environmental restoration services to government organisations, councils and corporations as well as private landowners. The aim of our organisation is to restore, reconstruct and conserve bushlands, threatened plant communities and vulnerable ecosystems in the Eastern Sydney Region. We implement the best practices and methods to achieve better outcomes in the environmental restoration field.

Propagation of Native Plants

Each ecological community provides a unique genetic variation and integrity which constitutes of the equilibrium of self-sustainability.  Where deforestation, urban and agricultural development has occurred. This has injured the natural balance, and the bushland is no longer able to regenerate and repair by itself.

The regeneration can only be achieved through propagation of provenance with sourced specimens and seed collection. FOGA therefore works toward establishing a native provenance production nursery to ensure the ethics of genetic integrity and diversity are upheld in accordance with the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 ensuring that propagated plants will be returned to the plant community from which they were sourced, or within their natural range.

Training and Awareness

FOGA has a long-term commitment to the training and practice of ecological restoration. Education and training of industry professionals and the wider community is a central pillar of our structure. We will run awareness programmes for supervisors from different organisations to set an industry standard. Information and awareness of the acute importance of local habitats will be distributed to the community.

The teaching of basic bush regeneration skills to school groups will be part of FOGA’s wider training program. Also, the involvement and mentoring of unemployed, under privileged and marginal members of the community will further broaden our scope of training and awareness.

Our Objectives

  1. Restoration of threatened plant communities and vulnerable ecosystems in the Eastern Sydney Region. Reconstruct, rehabilitate and reintroduce these communities to native areas. Create awareness about the importance of these plant communities. Secure endangered and rare plants species through propagation and the construction of a seed bank and a native plant nursery.
  2. Protect endangered fauna and control cat population in reserves. Work towards the rehabilitation program for cats and other feral animals.
  3. Promote chemical free bush regeneration and introduce various chemical free practices into restoration work.
  4. Teaching basic bush regeneration practices to school children through awareness programs. Awareness program for residents for managing weeds in their backyards, community engagement programs for educating the importance for the endangered plant communities
  5. Involvement of homeless people therefore providing job opportunities, conduct workshops and training programs for supervisors from different organisations.
  6. Acknowledge and respect the epochal history of custodianship by tribes of the Eora nation in Sydney basin and the rest of Australia. To observe and preserve this legacy, reach out and begin a dialogue with indigenous land carers to listen and share knowledge.

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