Tuesday 29 April, 5.30pm, Greenbank
Donald Mackenzie, Principal Environment Officer for Logan City Council will discuss the Logan Rivers and Wetlands Recovery Program, explore the strategic outcomes that define the Plan and highlight trial Recovery activities and initiatives that are currently being implemented.
Logan Rivers and Wetlands Recovery
The waterways that connect L ogan City have integral social, economic and environmental values and are an important part of the city's landscape. It is recognised that healthy rivers and creeks play a pivotal role in supporting a community's liveability and are central to developing and sustaining a sense of place and community identity. With increasing pressure on our waterways, it is essential that we protect, enhance and celebrate these natural assets.
The draft Logan Rivers and Wetlands Recovery Plan, informed following recommendations from the Logan Water Summit and through on-going community consultation, details key strategic outcomes and actions to work towards the vision: "Working together to support healthy rivers and wetlands that sustain Logan's culture, lifestyle and livelihood." The importance of a balanced approach to River Recovery was evident throughout the engagement, with community stewardship a central element.
This presentation is part of the Oxley Creek Catchment Association's bimonthly General Meeting. These meetings are a great way to catch up with our activities, meet our members and supporters and swap stories with others who share a love for our natural environment.
All are welcome and please bring a friend
Where: Greenbank Community Centre Currong Rooms, 145 Teviot Road, Greenbank.
When: Tuesday 29 April, 5.30pm