During some of our field trips, we have to meet with the quarry representatives in order to decide on the best areas for ecological restoration. We found most of the best places for this type of activity in the north-north-east part of quarry, areas where fertile soil is already deposited. We have made a list of native plant species which are the most suitable for ecological restoration. The chosen species are Cornus mas (European dogwood), Cornus sanguinea (common dogwood), Corylus avellana (common hazel), Crataegus monogyna (Hawthorn), Rosa canina (dog rose). They are resistant plants with a high probability to root and stay healthy. These species are also used as a food provider by numerous animal species from invertebrates (Coleoptera, Lepidoptera, Heteroptera, Hymenoptera etc.) to vertebrates (squirrels, deer, frugiferous and omnivorous birds, badgers, martens, wild boars, etc.), sustaining, therefore, the food chains. This meeting was supplemented with a discussion with the communication young colleagues, showing once again that collaboration is the key to obtain the best results.