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We raised money for 4Oceans, an organization that cleans oceans, by selling t-shirts designed by our members.
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We will have a river clean up day and encourage our school community to participate. We will educate our school through posters and flyers about the importance of our Colorado rivers.
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Our project will be cleaning up portions of one of our favorite beaches. We will be looking for trash and picking it up!
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Riley and I have decided to host a river cleanup with the help of a friend of Mrs. Judah’s; Stephanie Bastianon. Once she responds we hope that our classmates, families, and the community will show up to make our beautiful Petaluma gorgeous.
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We are working out the details. Message me for more details.
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It will clean up watershed habitat for people and wildlife.
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Our project will hopefully stop some pollution from evading our waters. We will hold bakesales, create a video to show, and speak to others about this issue. Hopefully, together, we can stop some of this. If you would like to watch our video, go to https://biteable.com/watch/ocean-life-matters-1382120 now!
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We plan to create a beautiful space at our school in three stages. Stage 1 will be to clear out the dead brush and invasive species (with help from the Tree People organization). Stage 2 will be to create a terraced hillside using large planks of wood and steel pipes (mimicking the terraced backyard of the Gamble House next door). Stage 3 will be to select and plant native species that grow well in the shade of our beautiful existing oak trees.
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Our action will showcase how other schools in our district and our community can utilize more efficient irrigation and utilize drought tolerant plants to create a practical and aesthetically pleasing garden. Our project will be a means to educate others in mindful irrigation that uses less water. Students will use the garden as a platform to teach other students, their parents, our staff and community about how our garden operates and sustains using less water than a traditional garden. Students as Junior Gardeners will help care for the garden, we will have community garden work days, and staff will take an active role in maintaining and improving upon the garden.
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