Clean Up program collects litter from the Brisbane, Bremer and Logan Rivers, as well as the natural waterways of the Gold Coast.
Rainforest and coastal vine thickets in South East Queensland are becoming fragmented and thinned with development and other associated pressures.
Seagrass meadows form one of the most important marine habitats globally and occur in shallow coastal waters including many parts of South East Queensland and Moreton Bay
The (SEQFBC) is a network of land managers and stakeholders devoted to providing a coordinated response and best-practice recommendations for fire management.
Healthy Land and Water set to provide the public with a real alternative to reduce the use of plastic and plastic litter in our waterways.
Healthy Land and Water is working to restore and rehabilitate lands that buffer World Heritage Areas.
Healthy Country provides support and information for communities, farmers and scientists to improve the health of waterways and reduce sediments and nutrients entering SEQ waterways.
Arrange the hire of a portable water refill station today!
The Land for Wildlife program in South East Queensland is one of Australia’s most successful voluntary land conservation schemes.
Since 2000, Healthy Land and Water (then Healthy Waterways) has delivered one Australia’s most comprehensive freshwater, estuarine and marine Monitoring Programs.
The Regional Landcare Facilitator (RLF) supports the Landcare community to promote sustainable agriculture across the region.
Saltmarsh for Life is about reconnecting the South East Queensland community to the rich and varied life forms in our beautiful saltmarsh environments.
Moreton Bay and many coastal estuaries of South East Queensland (SEQ) once supported dense and diverse shellfish reefs.
An initiative to working with agricultural producers to improve environmental and economic sustainability, and longevity for the region.
A suite of programs that fill knowledge gaps with evidence-based resources and tools, promoting smarter policy that enables innovation.
What’s your Nature? is an initiative to connect the Brisbane community to their urban waterways and help increase understanding and appreciation for our natural environment.