REGISTER NOW FOR 2014/15!
Yoohoo! Registrations are now open for 2014/15 edition of
the Green Lane Diary. We've listened to your feedback and made the
diary more flexible, so that you can use it in either Term 3 or 4
of 2014 or Term 1 and 2 of 2015.
However, unfortunately we didn't receive any funding to print the
diary, so while it remains a FREE online resource to be downloaded
and shared, there will be no print copies over the next 12
If you have never used the Green Lane Diary before, it is an
online national curriculum-linked education program for years 3-7.
Designed by Green Cross Australia and environmental educators, the
Diary teaches kids about the stresses our planet confronts and
empowers them to enact changes at home, at school and in the
Green Lane Diary has been running since 2010 and has reached over
110,000 students across Australia, all through word of mouth!
Teachers from State, Private and Catholic schools have signed up
their students for the Diary which is jam packed with
positive stories about kids across the country who are taking
charge of their future. From creating cool videos to community
campaigns, it is your student's gateway to all things sustainable,
civic minded and environmental.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in
Register to order the brand new Green Lane Diary! Its free!
You can find the digital edition here.
Please register using the form below so that we can send
participating classes all the information you need for the 2014/15
program. **Please let us know which Term you will be participating
in so that we can keep track.**
Learning about environmental problems and what part our actions
play in them is important so that we can make wise choices in how
we live our lives. Find out what you can do right now that will
make a difference forever!
The Green Lane Diary is a curriculum linked education program
designed by environmental educators to help 8-13 year old children
become aware of the stresses our planet confronts and how
sustainable living can make a difference.
Find out more