Logan City Council through its corporate plan and regional plans seeks to protect, manage and enhance the biodiversity in areas of natural value in the region. To achieve these goals Council has a variety of programs to protect our natural environment, some of which residents can be involved with.
Park Volunteers Program
Community program based on volunteer work to protect and conserve local bushland.
CNCCS Expert Panel
A project bringing together ecological experts to improve Logan’s Ecological Significance Map.
Council's Community Gardens Policy assists and guides the community in establishing community gardens.
Conservation Incentives Program
A range of conservation partnerships including Land for Wildlife, Voluntary Conservation Agreements & Convenants.
Funding of up to $10,000 for environmental and wildlife protection projects.
Environmental Events & Activities
A range of environmental events, activities and workshops.
Environmental Levy funds are allocated to acquire land, fund capital investment and operational costs to deliver ...
Ratepayers can access three free trees each financial year under Council's Free Trees program.
Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF)
Logan's premier FREE family friendly environmental event.
Logan Eco Awards
Logan Eco Awards are held biannually celebrating the best environmental achievements throughout the City.
Enjoy a range of exciting and innovative nature play activities and events in the City of Logan.
Nature Refuge Management Plans
Management plans with actions to assist in protecting Logan's nature refuges.