Conservation Incentives Program
Council's Conservation Incentives Program (CIP) provides landholders in the City of Logan with an opportunity to enter into a range of informal or formal partnerships with Council. Council provides financial (e.g. yearly grants), in-kind support (e.g. technical advice, workshops and newsletters) and incentives (e.g. free trees) and works together with landholders to assist in achieving their property management goals. To apply or for further information see the Conservation Incentives Program Brochure or follow the links below.
Conservation Incentives Program Celebration Day
The 2019 annual event to celebrate and acknowledge CIP members for their dedication to conserving and enhancing private land in the City of Logan was held at Eagleby Wetlands on Sunday 3 March. On the day, Council's newest CIP initiative, Habitat Connections, was launched, with approximately 500 people attending the day to find out how they can become a part of private land conservation in Logan.
For more information please email email@example.com or phone 3412 3412.
To read Logan City Council's Conservation Incentives Policy please click here.
Conservation Incentives Program Enquiry
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Supporting wildlife friendly backyards along waterways and ecological corridors.
Land for Wildlife
Program encouraging native bushland for wildlife on private properties.
Voluntary Conservation Agreements
Voluntary partnership between Council and landowners promoting conservation.
Voluntary Conservation Covenant
Partnership between Council and landowners which is permanently registered against the title of a property.
Voluntary Restoration Agreement
Voluntary partnership between Council and landowners supporting restoration of degraded land.