Don’t LEAF it until the last minute to check out the free Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) at the Griffith University Logan Campus on Sunday. LEAF is an interactive community festival that is growing into one of Logan’s largest annual events and showcases new ways to decrease everyone’s environmental footprint. It could be as simple […]
Glossy black-cockatoo research and an innovative native plants app will be on show when Griffith University hosts the 2018 Logan Eco Action Festival, also known as LEAF.
Do the photos we take and share using social media paint a picture of how we use and value when we visit parks and other open areas in our cities?
The sharing of national parks trails between mountain bikers, hikers and joggers, has often been a contentious issue but new Griffith University research has found that’s not always the case in Queensland.
Griffith University is home to some of south-east Queensland’s rarest native plants, and Professor Catherine Pickering wants more people know about it.
UPDATE Saturday, June 3: Due to the wild weather hitting southeast Queensland this weekend, the 2016 LEAF Festival has been cancelled. Logan City Council has inspected the area and deemed it unsafe in current conditions to hold such a large event. LEAF will return in 2017. ………………………………. Native beauty and technology will come together this […]
Griffith University is developing an app to help gardeners in South East Queensland find the perfect native plants for their garden.