Logan River MangroveWatch Project

Logan from the river: photo gallery

29th February 2016

Photos taken by crews ‘mangrooving’ on the Logan River can be viewed through MangroveWatch’s Picasso Gallery here

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Reporting on Logan River mangroves

11th February 2016

A Summary Report of Logan River mangroves is now available.  Information gathered by Citizen Scientists – students, teachers, residents has been analysed by JCU MangroveWatch Scientists and will inform Logan City Council’s Rivers Recovery Project.  Read the 2015 Logan River MW Project Report Summary

Update on the Logan River

29th September 2015

The Logan River MangroveWatch Project, initiated by the Wildlife Preservation Society Qld Logan Branch, gained support from Logan City Council and other enthusiastic partners who are keen to continue the project collecting comparative data and venturing into other waterways as yet unmonitored.  Read more about the project in the 150929 News

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Putting a spotlight on mangroves

1st August 2015

During National Science Week we’re hoping to put the spotlight on mangroves and raise awareness of the connectivity between our terrestrial and marine environments.

An event will be held at Kimberley College Carbrook on 19th August from 6.45 – 9pm at which James Cook University Scientists Jock Mackenzie and Dr Norm Duke will present analyses of data collected by students and their MangroveWatch Mentors on the Logan and Albert Rivers and, students and community will present their views on mangroves in a creative and entertaining way.

So consider now how you can get involved! Read more about Putting the spotlight on mangroves

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Making waves about mangroves during National Science Week

July 2015

Students and community members from the Logan district have been onboard for MangroveWatch. Even if you haven’t, we want you to make waves about mangroves for National Science Week. We’d like you to tell us in your own way – poem, music, dance, painting, sketching, photography, short skit or film – about mangroves or about the demonstrable links between us, other species and mangroves.

At Kimberley College Carbrook during National Science Week 15-23 August James Cook University Scientists Jock Mackenzie and Dr Norm Duke

  • will present analyses of data collected by students and their MangroveWatch Mentors on the Logan and Albert Rivers
  • students and community will present their views on mangroves in a creative and entertaining way

Get involved!

LCC EnviroG, MW Training presentation, Mackenzie

News & Views Logan-Albert Mangroves being watched

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141113 News & Views Partnership project positive for Logan River and residents

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MW Training, Agenda

LCC Logan River MW Training Recruitment

LCC EnviroGrant Application Summary

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