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Frequently Asked Questions
Below you will find some frequently asked questions.
How do I join IFFA?
How do I contact the President ?
The President of IFFA can be contacted on email (see contact us) .
Why should I join the IFFA website?
Joining the IFFA website allows you to post comments, events and news items. It also allows you to participate in forum discussions. Its free and we will never send you spam or pass on your details to others. You can elect to be contacted by a web based contact form (this is much less likely to attract spam).
Why should I join the IFFA organisation?
Becoming a paid up member of IFFA gives IFFA the funds to support activities that promote indigenous plants and animals. You receive 4 issues of Indigenotes per year (either in the post or via email) and you also receive discounts on workshops and other events.
How can I add my event, news item or forum posting?
You have to be a member of the website to post content. Once you log on to the website, you will see a menu item called create content. If you click on that link you have the choice of creating an event, a story or a forum post.
Why hasn't my article appeared?
All news items (stories) need to be approved by the web administrator before they become live.
What else can I do on the website?
You can comment on most items on the website. If you are logged in, look for the "add new comment" link at the bottom of the article.
How do I know when new content is put up on the site?
If you wish to be notified of new content, go to My Account and select My Notify settings. There you can choose to receive notification of new content.
How else can I help?
We are always looking for people to help out with the website. We are developing sections on indigenous nurseries and also on plant propagation. Perhaps you can help with those.
Other ways of helping are to become active on the site. Post questions, answer other queries, post comments and events. Help to make the IFFA site the premier resource for information on indigenous plants and animals.
My question hasn't been answered, where else can I get help?