The Western Australian Naturalists' Club is an incorporated, non-profit organisation formed to encourage the enjoyment of natural history as well as research and dissemination of information on all aspects of natural history in Western Australia. The Club has been operating since 1924, has over 500 members and has supported and encouraged generations of naturalists, young and older, with careers in ecology and the environment. The club's mission is to encourage the study and protection of the natural environment.
The Western Australian Herbarium is responsible for the description and documentation of Western Australia's botanic diversity.
The Urban Bushland Council (UBC) is the peak community organisation for the recognition and protection of urban bushland in Western Australia. It comprises approximately 60 community conservation groups concerned about urban bushland. The UBC is involved in local action and networking, policy development, lobbying and raising public awareness.
Lotterywest is Western Australian's state lottery - formerly known as The Lotteries Commission of Western Australia and provides support for the State's public hospitals, the arts, sport and various charities and community groups.
All volunteers and participants of PUBF events especially John Weaver; past and present Fungi Leaders: Jane Bracken, Mark Brundrett, Karen Clarke, Elaine Davison, Anthony Francis, Joe Froudist, Wayne Eddy, Joyce Evans, Neil Goldsborough, Kevn Griffiths, Jolanda Keeble, Tanja Lambe, Louise Little, Margaret Langley, Derek Mead-Hunter, Wayne Merritt, Phylis Robertson, Sandra Thomas, Kirsten Tullis, Jason Young, Rebecca Zappia; special volunteers David Dale, and Peter Davison.
Biodiversity Protection W.A. Inc funded the purchase of the surveying equipment comprising GPS, cameras and associated software held at the WA Herbarium. Any community group registered with the Western Australian Herbarium can borrow the equipment to assist in biological surveys.
Department of Land Administration (DLI) granted permission for reproduction of all aerial photographs used in this site or in documents attached to this site and are covered by the Copyright Licence 13-2005. The use of StreetExpress maps is covered by the "Permission to Use' licence No. 332.
The mapping software used in the project is OziExplorer and the software to geo-reference the photographs of fungi recorded (see feedback reports) in the various forays is OziPhotoTool.