Our Vision

To spearhead the protection of Sri Lanka’s environment as an active member of the conservation community.

Our Mission

The four pillars
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To effectively share knowledge and expertise to support environmental protection and sustainability.

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To connect different interest groups to consistently organize, mobilize, educate and campaign against environmental destruction.

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To promote awareness and projects that are vital for the sustainability of the country’s environment.

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To Influence environmental policy through the conducting of research and knowledge enhancement.

Did you know

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Young Conservationists

form part of FEO’s youth alliance, ENVFORCE. Our rural schools’ programme, allows students from grassroot communities to take leadership roles in the conservation field and make a positive impact within their environment.

What started in Lunugamwehera, has now successfully been replicated in schools surrounding Horton Plains, Wasgamuwa, Minneriya and Kaudulla NPs.

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National Parks

are being directly impacted by FEO’s on-going Habitat Restoration programme. Our integrated landscape approach to conservation management, in the removal of Invasive Alien Plant Species (IAPS) in Lunugamwehera, Minneriya, Kaudulla, Horton Plains and Wasgamuwa National Parks, involves and employs the local community as well as focuses on educating and enabling the next generation.

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Certified Safari Drivers

are registered under the FEO’s Nature Interpretation Programme (NIP) for jeep drivers and wildlife guides conducted at the Minneriya, Kaudulla, Wilpattu and Wasgamuwa National Parks in collaboration with the Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) and supported by SLTDA and SLAITO.

IAPS REMOVAL PROGRESS

National Parks  – 2024

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Minneriya
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Kaudulla
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Lunugamwehera
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Horton Plains
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Wasgamuwa