Partner Agencies

Key Slacks Creek Catchment Recovery Project Partners:

These agencies are key partners in the Slacks Creek Catchment Recovery Project.

Logan City Council (LCC)
Logan City Council is the primary source of inspiration, organisation and funding for the Slacks Creek Catchment Recovery Project.
Australian Government
The Australian Government has assisted with funding for the project.
Griffith University
A university of influence, with an ongoing commitment to the environment and sustainability, Griffith University Logan Campus is the largest project site and an eight hectare arboretum has been planted which will be a unique feature in years to come. University students are also responsible for conducting regular fauna monitoring of all the project sites.
Logan City Golf Club (LCGC)
A 27-hole championship golf course that has been voted the 'Friendliest Golf Club in Brisbane'. Almost five kilometres of Slacks Creek adjoins the golf club and revegetation at this project site will improve water quality and increase wildlife habitat, and create a wonderful golfing experience.
The Water and Carbon Group (WCG)
The Water and Carbon Group design and build ecological infrastructure in urban, industrial and regional landscapes. They are responsible for delivering all of the on ground works for the project. Over the course of the project they will plant almost 50,000 native plants! The project ecologist designs each site to ensure the right native species are planted, and once planted they are carefully maintained and monitored.
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
CSIRO is Australia's national science agency, and is responsible for water quality monitoring of Slacks Creek and the Logan River. They are also involved in mangrove monitoring, revegetation projects, social science, and the development of this website.

Slacks Creek Catchment Recovery Project Community Partners:

These community groups are working with Logan City Council to implement regeneration and citizen science projects as part of the Slacks Creek Catchment Restoration.

Access Community Services (Access)
A community based, not for profit organistation that is one of Australia's leaders in settlement, employment, training and youth support services to migrants, refugees and mainstream clients.
Richmond Birdwing Conservation Network (RBCN)
A group devoted to the conservation of the beautiful Richmond Birdwing Butterfly and the host vines and habitat that it requires for survival.
The Glossy Black Conservancy (GBC)
An independent association of local councils, environmental consultancies, birding groups and academic institutes in South East Queensland collaborating to conserve the Glossy Black Cockatoo.
A community based program to protect your local bushland.