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Do you have a great idea for an environmental project that will help the local environment and the local community? Just need some funding to get started?

EnviroGrants program

The EnviroGrants program aims to enhance and protect the natural environment and foster environmentally sustainable practices across the City of Logan through community awareness and participation. Two types of grants are available:

  1. Funding for Environmental Projects/Research/Education; and
  2. Wildlife Carer Grants - funding for native wildlife carers to be reimbursed for costs associated with the rehabilitation and caring of native wildlife in the City of Logan.

The EnviroGrants program:

  • Offers grants of up to $5,000 per project for Environmental Projects/Research/Education;
  • Offers grants of up to $2,000 per Wildlife Carer Grant.

Projects considered for funding must occur within the City of Logan and relate to one or more of the EnviroGrants categories. The EnviroGrant Fact Sheet (PDF 7105 KB) outlines information regarding the specific EnviroGrant categories, how to apply, and the assessment process.

2017 applications

The 2017 round of EnviroGrants closed on 12 March 2017.  Submitted applications will now be reviewed and assessed by an independent assessment panel.  Applicants will be advised in early May 2017 on the decision of their applications.  Successful applicants will be invited to receive acknowledgment of their successful grant application at the Logan Eco Action Festival:

If you require more information please contact Council's Health, Environment and Waste Branch on 3412 3412 or email:

2016 EnviroGrants recipients

Logan City Council's 2016 EnviroGrants funding round provided $110,004.32 to the community. A total of 33 EnviroGrants applications were successful which included 21 environmental project grants and 12 wildlife carer grants. Successful 2016 Envirogrants recipients were acknowledged and presented with their EnviroGrants awards at a celebratory morning tea held at the Logan City Council Administration Centre in June 2016.

The successful 2016 EnviroGrants recipients are:

Environmental Project/ResearchRecipient
Earth KeepersBoronia Heights State School
Raised Garden Beds & Sustainable Compost BaysBrowns Plains State High School (3 grants)
Windaroo Creek ProjectWindaroo Valley State High School (Tom Bryla)
Kimberley Park State School Food ForestKimberley Park State School
Community Education Project - Native WildlifeKim Challis (Backyard Habitats)
Propagate to PlateGoodstart Early Learning - Shailer Park
Flying Fox Education across the Australian CurriculumBats Qld
Recovery of Dry Vine ForestChristine Newton
Indian Myna Eradication ProgramQueensland Bird Breeders Club Inc
Water Solutions: Edible Garden ProjectThe Centre Education Programme
Sensory GardenCalvary Christian College, Springwood Campus
Investigation Genetic Diversity in the Endangered Gossia Gonoclada in Logan - a search for Myrtle Rust ResistanceGriffith University Research Office (Tamara Taylor)
Connecting Landscapes: linking Woodstock to the Plunkett Conservation ParkGriffith University Environmental Futures Research Institute
Logan River MangroveWatch: Phase 2Wildlife Preservation Society of Qld - Logan Branch
Koala (Wildlife) fodder plantationsWildlife Rescue Logan Inc
Mundoolun Community GardenMundoolun Estate Community & Environmental Group Inc.
Spotting Tailed Quolls in Logan Scent Detection Dogs ProjectWildlife Preservation Society of Queensland
Rose Farm Lane Revegetation ProjectDan Coy
Locating Native Water Mice on the Logan RiverWetland Care Australia
Wildlife Carer RecipientProject
Annette BirdWildlife Care - Outdoor Pre-Release Lizard Enclosure
Elva BurtonWildlife Care and Rehabilitation
Tarn DonaldsonWildlife Carer - Indoor and Outdoor Reptile Rehabilitation Enclosures
Jill FechnerWildlife Care - Reptile Outdoor Enclosures
Linda FurlongWildlife Carer
Jane KoltoftRescue, Rehabilitation & Release of Flying Foxes & Micro Bats
Leanne RobertsonWildlife Care - Rehabilitation Aviary
Alma SearleWildlife Care, Fencing, Food and Rehabilitation of Wildlife
Francine StewartWildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation
Christine TalbotWildlife Care - Flight Aviary
Wildlife Rescue Logan IncKoala Leaf Harvesting Equipment
Wildlife Rescue Logan IncOrphaned Koala Rehabilitation