Join us for ‘Clean Up La Trobe Day,’ as part of Clean Up Australia Day on Tuesday 6 March.
La Trobe is celebrating the Clean Up Australia Day with its very own ‘Clean Up La Trobe Day.’
A huge success in recent years the Clean Up day will focus on the University’s border on Crissane Road (see map) in collaboration with Darebin Creek Management Committee and Banyule Council and will help La Trobe in its ambition to reduce its waste levels by 7.5% in 2012 from 2010 levels.
La Trobe Pro Vice-Chancellor (Sustainability) Professor Carol Adams said that Clean Up Day was a good way of incorporating sustainability practices into its involvement with the wider community.
‘That we share such environmental concerns with the community around us is a really positive outcome of Clean Up La Trobe Day. Not only can we uphold La Trobe’s reputation for beautiful campuses but we can also contribute to the sustainability aspirations of our community.’
Staff and students who attend Clean Up La Trobe day will also be placed in the running to win a Kindle Touch EReader, along with prizes from the Co-op bookshop and the Wildlife Sanctuary. For more details and to register please visit: www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/crissanecrew
What: Clean Up La Trobe Day in conjunction with Darebin Creek Management Committee and Banyule Council (Crissane Rd/Bushland near Lower Lakes)
When: Tuesday 6th March, 10:00am-12:00pm clean up, 12:00pm-1:00pm catered lunch
Where: Meet at the lake pathway entrance near corner of Crissane Rd & Sheehan Rd, See attached image
What to wear: Hat, sunglasses, sturdy shoes, long pants
What to bring: Drink bottle
Prizes: Kindle Touch E-reader, Wildlife Sanctuary and Keelbundoora Plant Nursery vouchers
How to register: follow the link to join the clean-up site: www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/crissanecrew
Note from P&C:
Thank you for registering your interest in participating in ‘Clean Up La Trobe Day’ on Wednesday 26 August. We’re looking forward to an energetic and purposeful morning!
If you have commitments to students (eg lectures/tutorials) at the time that this event is on, then unfortunately you won’t be able to join this initiative.
If you are an administrative/professional staff member, you need to speak with your manager or supervisor to confirm that you are able to attend. Your work area may have operational requirements which mean that, on this occasion, you won’t be available to participate. If you can’t attend, please email us (email@example.com) so we can confirm numbers.
We look forward to seeing you next week for ‘Clean Up La Trobe Day’ and/or your future participation in other sustainability events at La Trobe.