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Environmental Events & Activities

Council's Environmental Events and Activities Program provides many opportunities for residents to attend and participate in environmental events and workshops.

You will learn about Logan's natural environment, meet new people and have fun.

The popularity of the program is increasing every year and bookings have become essential with reserve lists for nearly every workshop.

What's on

Enjoy a range of environmental events and activities which are delivered seasonally.

Check out the Summer Environmental Events and Activities Program for December to February!  Links to upcoming events can be found below.

Bookings

Events are run by Logan City Council for Logan residents, bookings are essential and places are limited. Booking information is contained within each event description. Links to each event and the booking details can be found within the documents above or within the below 'Upcoming events' listings (for the Health, Environment & Waste Branch events).

Alternatively you can contact Council's Health, Environment & Waste Branch on environment@logan.qld.gov.au or phone 3412 4491 for enquiries relating to the program.

E-newsletter

Council also produces an environmental events e-newsletter that provides information on Council’s environmental events and activities program and other events happening in or around the City of Logan that are run by community organisations and groups.

Submit an event to the e-newsletter or subscribe below.

Upcoming events

Jan13

Location:
Logan Village

Admission:
FREE

Category:
Environmental

Rural Essentials

Saturday, 13th Jan 2018 9:00am-1:00pm

Council is offering a land management “101” course designed to cover a broad range of topics such as soil and pasture management, fencing, off-stream watering and weed management. This workshop is aimed at all landholders within the semi-rural to rural sector. Also included will be advice on applying for Logan City Council Envirogrants funding for projects aimed at improving land management.
Jan20

Location:
Shailer Park

Admission:
FREE

Category:
Environmental

Ocean Explorers

Saturday, 20th Jan 2018 2:00pm-3:15pm

Do you know how humans affect the planet? In this interactive touch and learn session there will be marine creatures to touch and lessons to learn as to how many of our land-based practices can impact the health of our marine environment. Suitable for children aged 5-12 years.parents/guardian supervision required.
Feb3

Location:
Shailer Park

Admission:
FREE

Category:
Environmental

Amphibians Ahoy!

Saturday, 3rd Feb 2018 5:30pm-8:00pm

Learn how to identify the frogs croaking away in your garden or local park by participating in a 'frogging expedition'. This walk is led by leading frog expert Dr Jean-Marc Hero. Family-friendly event.