The Logan Waterways Summit 2011

The Logan Waterways Summit 2011

Date:
27 May 2011

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The Logan Waterways Summit 2011 - Be Part of the Solution - Saturday 23 July 2011

The waterway and wetland environments of the Logan and Albert River catchment have inherent ecosystem value and remain a vital part of Logan's identity.

Although these systems have seen a decline in water quality and ecosystem health, they remain an integral component of the landscape, defining a sense of place and cultural connection, contributing to the overall character and lifestyle of the region.

In response to this, Logan City Council is currently planning the Logan Waterways Summit, which is taking place on the Saturday 23 July at the Logan Entertainment Centre.

The Summit will provide a platform for engagement, discussion and collaboration, where ideas and solutions will be developed to help improve the health and resilience of the Logan and Albert Rivers and their tributaries.

Through the involvement of all relevant and interested stakeholders from across the local community, the Summit will work to develop the necessary tools to re-establish the critical connection with these aquatic environments and to develop collective solutions to recover, enhance and sustain the city's waterways.

To get involved please complete the Logan Waterway Survey (it will only take a few minutes) and the Summit Nomination Form. The data submitted will help to shape the Summit program and inform the key discussions on the day.

Please complete the Logan Waterways Survey and Summit Nomination Form and forward this email on through your networks.

For further information please contact Katie Hawton: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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