Healthy Land and Water is dedicated to the care of our unique and beautiful land, waterways and biodiversity.

 

Our Clean Up program collects over 250,000 pieces of litter every year, helping to keep our SEQ waterways clean. 

 

Over 4,000 landowners have now registered for the Land for Wildlife program, helping to preserve our natural assets. 

 

More than 900 hectares of land was treated for weed control under our vegetation management programs in 2016.

 

In 2016, flood resilience solutions were applied to more than 63 kilometres of stream bank, helping to keep our waterways strong. 

 

Have you attended a  Land Management Training workshop recently? We need your help.

Since 2015, the National Landcare Programme (NLP) has enabled the delivery of a range of workshops and demonstration sites on sustainable land management, soil health and water quality. A survey has been developed to assess how valuable those events are to our participants and your feedback is important to us so we can continue to deliver practical, relevant training activities and information to you. 

Who should complete the survey?
Participants of Land Management Training events organised by Healthy Land and Water (formerly SEQ Catchments) in the last three years.

When does the survey close? 
Sunday 17 December 2017

Complete the survey

 

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Find out about the environmental condition of your local waterway, the social and economic benefits they provide to your community and what is being done to protect and improve them. 

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Understand the condition of our catchments and waterways and learn about our science-driven approach to natural resource management.

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Healthy Land and Water gratefully acknowledges the support of our members and recognises the valuable contributions and investment they make towards protecting and improving South East Queensland's land and waterways.

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