President's REPORTS

2016
Research grants

2015
Succession changes

2014
New website

2013
Testing social media

2012
  Summary of the first 30 years

2011
Nine final reports this year

2010
Membership offered to grantees

2009
Five publications in scientific journals

2008
Climate change added to priorities

2007
Nearly all results now available on AFF website

2006
No president's report this year

2005
New Newsletter series begun

2004
AFF website launched

2003
 Strong support from APS

2002
Continuing steady progress

2001
Foundation now has a secure financial base

2000
Website urgently needed

1999
Armitage bequest

1998
Malcolm Reed retires as President

1997
Research priorities set in Call for Applications

1996
14 research projects currently underway

1995
Grants for Fire and the Australian Flora

1994
More ambitious grants now being made

1993
Donations enable funding of 6 projects

1992
Significant bequest from Bowden

1991 
SGAP donations enable work on 4 projects

1990
Three projects funded this year

1989
SGAP support saved the Foundation

1988
Priority remains raising funds for grants

1987
Currently funding 5 projects with small grants

1986
Grant submissions invited.

1985
The board of directors manages

1984
Invitation for research proposals

1983
Need for paying members

1982
The beginning


PRESIDENT'S REPORT - 2006

This was given by Professor Richard Williams as a verbal report to the Annual General Meeting.