August 11 marks some key milestones for the Student Environment Days (SED) facilitated by North East Waste & Resource Recovery Group in partnership with North East Catchment Management Authority.  It will mark the 30th day, the 5000th student and the 200th school to attend one of these SED days.  We thought these were milestones that needed celebrating so you are invited to an afternoon tea to do just that at the CUBE in Wodonga starting from 2pm.  Local Yackandandah musician, Pete Denahy will provide some entertainment prior to the official part of the day.  You will need to RSVP via e-mail to

If you have never seen how a SED works, you might like to come at noon to see what the SED is all about.  You may also like to encourage schools in your network to partake in the special celebratory competition about the pride they have in the sustainable features of their school.  See this link.

The SED represents the culmination of so many organizations and councils working together to provide opportunities for schools and students to access experts in many fields of sustainability education.  All combine to provide a great educational experience for our local students.

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