At Healthy Land and Water, we believe everyone can contribute to improving and protecting South East Queensland’s natural environment, and it’s as simple as starting in your own backyard.
To assist you fulfilling your environmental good deeds and help increase community participation, we have developed a range of factsheets that can be found on our resources page.
Our Land for Wildlife initiative has been designed to support and inspire landholders to undertake conservation work on their properties. This includes removing weeds, encouraging natural regeneration of native plants, protecting threatened species and controlling pest animals.
Over 4,000 landowners have now registered for the Land for Wildlife program, helping to preserve our natural assets.