EnviroGrantsGreat idea for an environmental project that will help the local environment and the local community? Just need some funding to get started?

The EnviroGrants program aims to, through community awareness and participation, enhance and protect the natural environment and foster environmentally sustainable practices across Logan City.

The EnviroGrants program has a new category for Wildlife Carers Grants. The new category allows for native wildlife carers to be reimbursed for various costs relating to the rehabilitation and release of native wildlife in Logan City.

The EnviroGrants program:

  • Offers grants of up to $5,000 per project for Environmental Projects;
  • Offers grants of up to $2,000 per project for Wildlife Carer Grants; and
  • Is for people wanting to achieve positive local environmental outcomes.

Projects considered for funding must occur within Logan City and relate to one or more of the following categories:

1a. Environmental projects on privately owned/non-Council controlled land (e.g. planting, weeding, erosion control, etc.)

1b. Environmental projects on Council controlled land (e.g. planting, weeding, erosion control, etc.)

1c. Environmental education, marketing and communication projects

1d. Environmental surveys and research (e.g. water quality monitoring, flora and fauna surveys, etc.)

1e. Environmentally sustainable projects for small business (i.e. projects that assist small local business in becoming more environmentally sustainable)

2. Wildlife Carer Grants for wildlife carers seeking financial assistance with the rehabilitation and release of local native wildlife.

The information contained in the fact sheet (PDF 401 KB) outlines the specific categories, how to apply, and the assessment process.

The EnviroGrant applications for 2014 are now closed.

Further information on Council's EnviroGrant program

Successful EnviroGrant recipients are required to complete the following forms by specific dates throughout the funding year:

2014 EnviroGrant winners

Environmental Project Grant Award Winners
Loganlea Community Centre Vertical Garden and Workshops Akeko Vertical Gardens
Our Futures: Our Design Beenleigh State School
Earthkeepers Boronia Heights State School
Keeping It Green Calvary Christian College - Springwood Campus
Attract Wildlife at Chatswood Hills Chatswood Hills State School
Norris Creek Rejuvenation Project Chris Thomson
Rose Farm Lane Revegetation Project Daniel Coy
Pathway for Fauna Goodstart Early Learning - Shailer Park
Low Cost Cat Enclosures for Logan Residents Happy Cat Enclosures
Logan Village Garden House With No Steps
Wetland Regeneration Project Jane Switzer
Hills Edible Garden Project Jimboomba Community Garden Inc
Sensory Garden and Outdoor Landscape Project Jimboomba Community Kindergarten
Weed Clearance in Riparian Corridor - Quinzeh Creek Joyanne Lane
Gardens 2 U Project Kingston State School
Carbrook Cows and Conservation Project Nick Domalewski
Crewes Creek Community Engagement Oxley Creek Catchment Association Inc
Indian Myna Management Program Queensland Bird Breeders Club Inc 
Bird Surveys on Council Offset Sites Rod Bloss
Maintaining Erosion Control for Healthy Waterways  Ross and Stacey Bennett
Chatswood Hills State School Community Nursery Upgrade Society for Growing Australian Plants 
Mangrove Watch - Logan River Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld - Logan Branch
Wildlife Carer Grant Award Winners
Annette Bird Wildcare Australia Inc
Lesley Howarth Wildcare Australia Inc
Linda Furlong Wildcare Australia Inc
Jill Fechner Wildcare Australia Inc
Alma Searle Private Wildlife Carer
Francine Stewart Brisbane Area Rescue Network Inc (BARN)
Leanne Robertson Bat Conservation and Rescue Inc
Narelle Adams Bat Conservation and Rescue Inc
Karen Cossor-Shubring SEQ Wildlife Carers Association Inc