To raise the public's attention we want to make graffiti, paintings, exhibitions, performances and T-shirts. For students I would like to offer bird watching trips and educational programs. We would like to discuss and realize a sustainable project together with one community and find out how bird watching could be part of it. We will also do research online and real bird markets since their is a huge hype in Java for birds now especially rare and endangered ones are oppenly sold. As birdwatching is an important part, we will also go to some still conserved places to count and determine the bird species. We will connect with other birdwatchers, bird protecting communities like FLIGHT , BKSDA, AnimalFriendsYogya and BIONIC.
Ms. Ingram is also an author of children's books and she will discuss some ideas that have been successful in her community that we could possible use in ours.
The Dog Project Team has already taken action with the help of One Health Dog. A door to door dog demographics has recently occurred in their community. The Dog Project Team quantified the number of dogs in the community. Number of males, females. vaccination and reproductive status. Pictures of each dog, GPS location of where the dogs live and owner information has been entered into a data base.
Roots & Shoots members will work in various aspects at this event, helping work with the animals, selling raffle tickets, and finally raising awareness and advertising for the event.
I will reach out to the local animal shelter and organize a visit and tour to learn more about their mission as a nonprofit and about adoption centers in general and how to support them.
I will try creating awareness through social media. Engage myself in helping the strays and unowned animals on streets. Also make people of the beautiful Himalayan community of my state, their culture, their lives, their challenges.
Our group through "Operation Identification" will participate in a three-fold program that will involve: 1. Developing posters, flyers, etc. to make the community aware of the resources available to them in rescued animals, medical services (both emergency and continued care,) and wildlife game preserves. 2. Establishing a "Community Volunteer Day" at the local animal shelter to assist with a day of care for the animals and involving the community of the shelter's location, function, and services. 3. Press awareness involving the students participation at the shelter and mailing out 'thank-you' letters to those who assisted on the community involvement day. We will develop a follow-up system through students calling those services presented to discover if their services Increased/Decreased/ or Remained the Same after our initial start. Since the forming of our "Roots-and-Shoots" campaign, I rescued a baby squirrel that had its home destroyed through the falling of a tree after a storm. I raised the squirrel from a few days old throughout the year, and as we were wrapping up out school year, we returned "Oscar" the squirrel in the wild, as it should be. Our Roost-and-Shoots group kept up with Oscar's growth and progress, and celebrated as he was released into the wild. After a week, he seems to be thriving, yet does appreciate our little visits!
We will have a small entrance fee for the pet parade and will give the proceeds to the Chico Homeless Animal Outreach program to assist in offsetting some costs for professional help with their clients' animals.
We want to address the challenge of slowing down climate change as well as how to implement the prototype of a successful house made from recycled materials. We plan on finishing up our recycling campaign and then creating the recycled house prototype for the Indigenous Communities.
We plan to create an art recycling project and decrease our carbon footprint to help preserve the Marshall Islands by education students and the community about the importance of recycling and how it is directly effecting the indigenous communities of the Marshall Islands.