LEAP is focused on increasing sustainability in the Lake Forest College campus community.
The League for Environmental Awareness and Protection is devoted to the development of an environmentally conscious Lake Forest College student body. Through local restoration efforts, field trips, on-campus activities, and fundraisers, we are working to promote sustainability on campus and to create environmental awareness and concern for the world.
During the fall LEAP organized a Ravine Cleanup Day. They partnered with the fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega, and collected multiple bags of trash.
Every spring LEAP hosts Earth Week, promoting environmental friendly practices such as “upcycling”, eating locally, and the conservation of electricity and water through interactive events open to the college community.
Join LEAP and you can participate in our fun activities or help create events for campus that promote environmental appreciation and responsibility!
Join us for our weekly meeting Tuesdays at 4:00pm in Ravine Lodge.
Lake Forest College celebrated Arbor Day on Friday, April 28 by planting trees with a group that included representatives from Student Government, LEAP, and the Campus Sustainability Committee.
The Campus Sustainability Committee and the League for Environmental Awareness and Protection (LEAP) held a ceremony on Arbor Day to plant five trees around Middle Campus. The trees were donated by Mariani and Greco nurseries and Dennis Nyren ’72.