EnviroGrants

The EnviroGrants program gives support to the community to help deliver environmental projects. Through community awareness and participation, this program aims to enhance and protect the natural environment and encourage environmentally sustainable practices in Logan.

Funding available

Type of grant Amount
Environmental partnerships and capacity building Up to $10,000
Environmental surveys and research

Up to $10,000

On-ground ecosystem restoration Up to $10,000
Environmental education Up to $2,000
Individual wildlife carer support Up to $1,500

Application timeframes

  • Applications for the 2021 funding round closed on 17 March 2021 and are now being reviewed.
    Successful applicants will be notified soon and announced at the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) on Sunday 23 May at Griffith University, University Drive, Meadowbrook.
     
  • The next round of EnviroGrants funding will open to applications in January 2022

How to apply

The EnviroGrants application process is online and through SmartyGrants.

Applications are now closed for the 2021 round of funding, if you would like to prepare for a future round of funding please download and read the EnviroGrants Guidelines 2021 (PDF 1.04 MB).

Please note the EnviroGrants guidelines are subject to change and you should check criteria in the relevant funding year prior to submitting an application. 

More information

We can provide copies of the funding guidelines in alternative formats upon request.

Please see Grant information and resources or Grant writing assistance for upcoming session information

For more information or advice about your application please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email us at environment@logan.qld.gov.au.

Previously funded project examples

Environmental Partnerships and Capacity Building

  • not-for-profit groups facilitating landholders to undertake weed management on their properties through weed management plans
  • wildlife care organisation constructing and maintaining a soft release cage for the rehabilitation of native wildlife.

Environmental Surveys and Research

  • research to understand the ecology of reptiles in urban areas
  • engage citizen scientists to identify and map nesting locations of the Powerful owl.

On-ground Ecosystem Restoration

  • eradication and control of invasive weeds across adjoining private properties
  • revegetation of waterways on private land to control erosion and improve the quality of the waterway.

Environmental Education

  • providing community workshops on the ecology of native bees
  • undertaking community water quality monitoring projects.

Individual Wildlife Carer Support

  • funding for food for flying foxes and micro-bats in rehabilitation
  • costs of medication associated with the rehabilitation of wildlife.