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?
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:
- Funding for Environmental Projects/Research/Education; and
- 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.
Logan City Council's 2016 EnviroGrants funding round opens on Wednesday 3 February 2016 and will close on Wednesday 9 March 2016.
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.
Logan City Council's online grant application service is powered by SmartyGrants. Once you click the 'apply' button you will be prompted to create a log in. You can then proceed with your application which you can save and edit throughout the process.Apply now
Council in partnership with the CPR Group has developed a Grant Writer Helpkit which aims to provide you with an overview of the current grant programs that are offered by Logan City Council and to provide helpful information to ensure your grant application produces a successful application.
If you require more information please contact Council's Environment and Sustainability Branch on 3412 3412 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 EnviroGrants recipients
|Bat Education and Safety Programs||Bat Conservation and Rescue Qld Inc|
|Habitat Development on Land for Wildlife Property||Todd Mortensen and Gemma Hynard|
|Creek Restoration on Land for Wildlife Property||Jennifer Beaton|
|Logan Riverbank Restoration||Alan and Chris Taylor|
|Creek Restoration on Land for Wildlife Property||Jeremy and Jocelynne Sheppard|
|Revegetation and Restoration of Old Quarry||Friends of Plunkett|
|Sustainable Edible School Garden Project||Centre Education Programme|
|Bushtucker and Sensory Garden Project||Browns Plains Early Years Centre|
|Earthkeepers Program||Boronia Heights State School|
|Bushtucker Trail||Yugumbir State School|
|Going GREEN||Calvary Christian College - Carbrook Campus|
|Flow Grow - Vegie Garden||Beenleigh State School|
|Building Better Gardens||Beenleigh State High School|
|A Conservation Action Plan for Logan's Wild Macadamias||SEQ Catchments|
|Locating Native Water Mice on the Logan River||Wetland Care Australia|
|Wildlife Carer Recipient||Organisation|
|Annette Bird||Wildcare Australia Inc|
|Lesley Howarth||Wildcare Australia Inc|
|Denise Wade||Bat Conservation and Rescue Inc|
|Connie Clune||Wildcare Australia Inc|
|Elva Burton||Kerry's Wildlife Rescue and Care Inc|
|Francine Stewart||Brisbane Area Rescue Network Inc (BARN)|
|Jane Koltoft||Bat Conservation and Rescue Inc|
|Leanne Robertson||Bat Conservation and Rescue Inc|