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We are planting fruit and nut trees on our school grounds to provide food sources for our pollinator and school communities.
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We will research how a chick develops and how to create a safe habitat for the egg to develop into a baby chick. We will record all growth. We will hold tours for the other classrooms to come in and observe and learn about the development of the baby chicks. Before they hatch we will create a safe brooder for the baby chicks to go into after they have hatched. We will take good care of these baby chicks until we have to give them to a good farm. We will find the best and safest farm for them to live in, one that will take good care of them and help them to live cage free, love filled lives.
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We will study which flowers best attract the honey bees. We will plant the flowers and take care of them so they grow. We will learn about ways to provide needed materials for honey bees to build their homes in our safe and beautiful space.
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My wish is to use raise money to teach my peers about the wetlands.
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The grandchildren (now ages 4 and 6) help to choose plants, and they help to plant and care for them. They have selected fruit trees to grow and have specified which butterflies to try to attract to the garden. They help to water and to weed and to fill the bird-feeder.
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A group of homeschool/unschool kids to be a part of weekly projects that are centered around teaching compassion through helping areas of the community in need.
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My project would help my family and the environment. I will do it by asking to put a Mulch trash can for lunch and it will be sold for money for our school.
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The first part of the part has been sent to be peer reviewed by Metropolitan Community College Horticulture and University of Nebraska at Kearney Biology Department to see our rough draft using concrete to create an evaluated pond in the area. Once approved working with St Rosa to find live food fish in the area to stock the pond. We will then work on breed techniques we use in our state lab to breed tilapia to teach students at this college how we created this food network.
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STEM outdoor learning Students will learn about 12 Earth Day comprehensive issues that affect the health of our communities Younger aged students will enjoy center stage music, art, simple messages, games and educational booth activities that focus on earth day themes
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Crane Park Demonstration Garden is an educational environmental project about pollinators, native plants, and urban farming. The garden features more than 600 plants and 65 species of natives. Also includes four raised beds to grow vegetables organically. The garden will have permanent educational seasonal signs explaining the relationship between plants and pollinators as well as the importance of urban wildlife habitats.

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