Trees for Fish Community Planting 16th October 2021

A pair of hands with gloves on planting a small plant in the ground.


16th October 2021 at 9.30am - 12.30pm


Beenleigh parklands



About this event

Did you know that trees help fish by improving water quality and providing shelter for young fish?

Join Logan City Council, in partnership with OzFish and, Healthy Land and Water for a morning out by the Logan River planting some trees, for fish.

This is the second community planting activity being delivered as part of the Fishers for Fish Habitat Project.

It will build on the previous planting and contribute to restoring the  fish populations of the Logan and Albert Rivers.

This project is a partnership between Logan City Council, OzFish and Healthy Land and Water, and is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

Important information:

  • To register, please see Eventbrite
  • Location to be advised on registration 
  • Please wear long pants and a long sleeved shirt, enclosed shoes, and a hat and bring gloves and drinking water.
  • A free sausage sizzle will be provided after the planting activity.
  • This is a family friendly event and community groups are welcome to participate.

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