The Logan and Albert Conservation Association:
plays an active role in the protection and enhancement of the environment with particular emphasis on the Scenic Rim Region, Logan City, and areas immediately adjacent.
promotes the concept of environmental sustainability as an essential criterion of planning for development.
informs the community on all aspects of conservation.
researches and reports on current and proposed activities likely to affect the local environment.
encourages the widest possible public consultation and informed debate on matters of conservation and environmental importance to the local community.
The Logan and Albert Conservation Association is your local environmental information centre.
We meet every month alternating between Beaudesert and Jimboomba - except for December. We have a new venue at SEQCatchments office at 3 Eaglesfield Street Beaudesert. This allows us to access internet and use SKYPE to include members unable to travel to the venue. You will need to supply us with your Skype address in advance.
Jimboomba meetings are held at Caddies in South Street Jimboomba - February, April, June, August and October from 7.30 pm on 3rd Wednesday of the month (for even numbered months )
Beaudesert meetings ( for odd numbered months) at SEQ Catchments office 3 Eaglesfield St – January, March, May, July, September from 7.30 pm on 4th Thursday of the month.
For more information phone Carla on 0408 785448 or Anne on 3297 0624.
We changed venues to provide Skype access. Beaudesert Community Arts & Information Centre could not provide online access.
The bimontly meeting at Jimboomba allows us to cater for LOGAN CONCERNS in particular. These meetings are held at Caddies in the Youth Drop in Centre. Skype in not available for Jimboomba meetings.
Please come and join us for a few hours of friendly discussion, planning and action. Visitors are always welcome. Volunteers are always needed if you would like to help out occasionally - or help with specific projects.
We also host a number of public meetings and community information workshops during the year.