EnviroGrants

EnviroGrants give community groups and individuals funds to undertake environmental activities in Logan.

There are five categories of EnviroGrants:

  • Environmental Partnerships and Capacity Building – up to $10,000 per project
  • Environmental Surveys and Research – up to $10,000 per project
  • On-Ground Ecosystem Restoration – up to $10,000 per project.
  • Environmental Education – up to $2,000 per project
  • Individual Wildlife Carer Support – up to $1,500 per project

Eligibility

For information about your eligibility please download the EnviroGrants guidelines 2020 (PDF 435 KB).

How to apply

For more information about how to apply for grants, please visit our Grant Assistance page.

EnviroGrants recipients

EnviroGrants in 2019 contributed over $200,000 to the community.  A total of 37 EnviroGrants applications were successful, including:

  • 12 On-Ground Ecosystem Restoration Grants
  • 11 Environmental Partnerships and Capacity Building Grants
  • 10 Individual Wildlife Carer Support Grants
  • 4 Environmental Surveys and Research Grants.

Successful EnviroGrants recipients are presented with their EnviroGrants awards at Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF).

Recipient Project
Alison Hoeger Increasing Capacity of BCRQ: Animal Survival and Organisational Self-Sustainability
Amanda Bray Wildlife Care
Annette Bird The Brisbane Python Project
Annette Bird Eastern Blue Tongue Skink Research
Beverley Clarke Bats Alive Logan Release Centre
Bob Wiley Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation
Brenden Ward Restoration of Sable Reserve through weed control and rehabilitation
Christine Talbot Rescue and Rehabilitation of Orphaned Baby Birds
Desley Cook Caring for Wildlife and Carers 2019
Diana Kolb Wildlife Rehabilitation
Dr Jarrod Trevathan Enhancing Urban Water Quality Monitoring Capacity through Low-Cost IoT Technologies
Dulcie Neagle Eradication of two species of Asparagus Fern
Francine Stewart Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue
Francine Stewart Wildlife Carer Expenses
Garry and Elizabeth Gundy  Creation of a Vegetation Corridor
Jane Shead Rehabilitation & Release of Brushtail Possums
Jennifer Rimmer Regeneration of Catchment of Albert River (Clutha Creek source)
Jessie Ovenden Possum Rehabilitation
Jill Fechner Feeding Rehab Reptiles
Leanne Robertson Flying Fox Feeding Frenzy 
Malenie Lowe Creek Rehab
Marina Richardson Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Co-ordinated Corridors Program
Marina Richardson Shailer Park Community Action in Koala Conservation
Marina Richardson Springwood State High’s War on Weeds
Marj Jensen Indian Myna Eradication Program
Mr James Kaiser River Bank Revegetation
Mrs Peta Rutherford Balancing Conservation and Production
Peter Johnson Fish in Schools
Phil Gunasekara Crewes Creek Expanded Engagement Phase 2
Phil Gunasekara Logan SigNATURE Series Events
Robert Clemens Powerful Owl Project Southern Queensland
Shevaun Russell AVWS Environmental Awareness Workshops
Stacey Robertson Battie Banquet
Terry Berryman Land Rejuvenation & Revegetation
Tony Webb Cats Claw Eradication Project
Tyson Alborough Cats Claw Eradication Project