2011 Logan Waterways Summit
The Logan Waterways Summit, which was held on the 23 July 2011, provided a platform for addressing the decline of Logan's waterways and established vital solutions and actions to aid recovery.
Residents, community groups, businesses, students and government organisations from across Logan and beyond all worked together to develop solutions and actions, with the attendees pledging their commitment to help in the recovery of Logan's rivers, creeks and tributaries.
Logan Waterways Summit report
The summit report captures the processes, group responses, qualitative data and key findings from the day. It also details a synopsis of all of the discussions as well as the vital outcomes and solutions which the participants are committed to - as custodians of Logan's waterways.
Participants at the summit agreed that Logan City's waterways need a long-term approach to their rejuvenation based on partnerships and collaboration between all stakeholders. The Logan Rivers and Wetlands Recovery Program, a response to the summit, will provide a broad framework for future action and strategic direction to guide waterway projects and activities.