United States
The action timeline for The Thriving Hive Project will be 25 weeks. In this time our group will plant organic, non-genetically modified, Southern California native, drought - tolerant pollinating gardens at local schools and community gardens.
United States
The take action timeline will be 25-weeks. I will do this by working with community members and peers to plant organic, non-genetically modified, drought tolerant, pollinating gardens at local schools and community gardens.
Greece
The next step is to organize this information to a powerpoint and spread it to our social circle (like clubs, organizations, schools etc). The last step is to inform and try to sensitize some of the local food industries and persuade them to stop the use of palmoil in their products.
United States
to make flyers to hang up around the school and tell people about the topic of Palm oil
United States
Still in planning...but talking about adding hives, educating people on bees, planting more orchards or fruit trees and flowers.
United States
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.
United States
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.
United States
This project will have the students of our school watch a film (Mystery of the Disappearing Bees) about bees. It will be held after school from 5 to 7. There will be a bake sale as well, which we will collect money for, along with local bee researchers to teach visitors about bees. Our members will be bringing in treats, and have thoroughly organized the entire event as well. Our project will educate others about how serious bees are to the environment, and how they are vital to our own lives.
China
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United States
We have been learning about colony collapse and how bee populations are rapidly decreasing around the world. We want to play a role in the solution to this problem by planting pollination gardens at our school. We have studied the types of plants that appeal to bees and when they bloom since it is important that the bees have access to appropriate plants throughout the year. This is our class's part in the whole 4th grade project to design and build a full bee sanctuary that will include all the components bees need to thrive. It will also be a beautiful addition to our school grounds and our community.

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