Help Keep Leduc Green

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    Do you have an interest in the environment? Are you interested in having your voice heard on issues surrounding the City's green initiatives? Do you enjoy getting outside and would like to contribute toward making Leduc a lovelier and greener place to live? Then you might just be the exact person that the LEAB is looking for!

    There are currently three openings for public members on the Leduc Environmental Advisory Board. According to City Alderman Glen Finstad and Board Representative, "You don't need any special training or certification to become a part of LEAB. You just have to have a desire to contribute to the environmental stewardship of the City."

    The Board meets every month with the exception of July and August, and their activities include tree plantings, bird counts, and supporting various City run environmental initiatives and educational programs during Environment Week and throughout the year.

    The only requirement to being on the board is that an eligible person must be a resident within the City of Leduc or operate a business here. If you think one of these openings might be for you, please contact the City's Environmental Sustainability Coordinator Kerra Chomlak at 780-980-7177.

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