Get Involved


If you'd like to do your bit and contribute to the enhancement of the Logan and Albert Rivers, Logan City Council has a number of ways the community can get involved.

Voluntary Restoration Agreement - This agreement is well suited to landholders on the Logan and Albert Rivers wishing to restore the riparian vegetation on their stretch of the river bank. For more information about this program and other private landholder programs available, please visit https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/environment-water-and-waste/environmental-programs/conservation-incentives-program

Mangrove Watch - A citizen science program that partners community volunteers with university researcher to monitor the Logan and Albert Rivers mangroves. For more information please contact Debra Henry, Wildlife Preservation Society by phone 3221 0194 or debrahenry@wildlife.org.au

Bushcare - A community based program supported by Logan City Council. Bushcare Volunteers work in Council's bushland parks to restore bushland by controlling weeds and planting trees, observing and recording native plants and animals and undertaking a range of tasks planned in consultation with Council bushcare officer. For more information and to register for a bushcare site near you, please visit https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/environment-water-and-waste/environmental-programs/bushcare-program



If you'd like to do your bit and contribute to the enhancement of the Logan and Albert Rivers, Logan City Council has a number of ways the community can get involved.

Voluntary Restoration Agreement - This agreement is well suited to landholders on the Logan and Albert Rivers wishing to restore the riparian vegetation on their stretch of the river bank. For more information about this program and other private landholder programs available, please visit https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/environment-water-and-waste/environmental-programs/conservation-incentives-program

Mangrove Watch - A citizen science program that partners community volunteers with university researcher to monitor the Logan and Albert Rivers mangroves. For more information please contact Debra Henry, Wildlife Preservation Society by phone 3221 0194 or debrahenry@wildlife.org.au

Bushcare - A community based program supported by Logan City Council. Bushcare Volunteers work in Council's bushland parks to restore bushland by controlling weeds and planting trees, observing and recording native plants and animals and undertaking a range of tasks planned in consultation with Council bushcare officer. For more information and to register for a bushcare site near you, please visit https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/environment-water-and-waste/environmental-programs/bushcare-program