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Fête de la Terre 2015
Its springtime! Here in Lafayette, that means celebrating our culture, our music, our food, and of course our beautiful natural environment! Our favorite spring tradition is Fête de la Terre, the University’s annual earth week festival. This year we are kicking our week off with our first ever Junk in Your Trunk sale. Throughout the week there will be several installations aimed at raising awareness about zero waste and our impacts on our Bayou Vermilion watershed and ecosystem. On Earth Day, we are focusing on food - this is Cajun Country, after all – with a “Homegrown” series lecture and a farmers market on the beautiful grounds of the Alumni House. On Friday, we are hosting our community and regional partners at our Fête de la Terre Expo, where we will have live music, jambalaya, bike maintenance workshops, and more! Several of our own academic departments and research institutions will also be displaying their incredible work in making this campus and our world a better place. Finally, we are wrapping up our week with our second annual Bayou Vermilion Paddle Trip! For more information about any of these events, or how you can get involved, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.