Spain
Difòndre la cultura del oli verge extra al país, la importancia del consum del territori per afavorir la contonuïtat del nostre entorn, població, paissstge, fauna. Ajudar a concienciar sobre el impacte en la salut que te el gran cpnsum de productes refinats quimics i el futur de la salut de la humanitat.
United States
Our club will partner with associations that protect the wildlife, such as WWF and NKLA. Members will participate in fundraisers and volunteering at the local animal shelter, clean-ups, and more. We will bring up problems in the wildlife and try to be a part of the solution.
Canada
project will feed the shelter animals, as well as teach our day camp children about gardening and nutrition. We will ask our community partners for donations of soil, seeds, and labor.
United States
We raised money through a bake sale and a change jar to adopt a wildlife animal through the Defenders of Wildlife Foundation! In order for us to adopt this penguin we gradually collected change throughout a few weeks and at the end of February we hosted a bake sale to earn the rest of the money that is needed. We decided as a class we wanted to make baked goods and sell them throughout Once Upon A Time. Each wildlife adoption and gift is symbolic and your donation will be used where needed to help protect their wildlife and wild lands. Adopting this wildlife animal will be immediately put toward a great cause! With the money we raise as a classroom, we get our own personalized adoption certificate for Sprinkles, a penguin animal fact sheet, a wildlife activity book, and our own baby penguin to take care of in our classroom!
United States
On April 30th, the Way to Bee! Worker Bees from NY is a Great Place to be will host a display booth and run fun learning activities for the museum visitors. Participants of all ages will get the chance to do a bee dance, ID their hive through scent communication, try their hand at a honey-making activity, make native wildflower seed bonbons, or learn about honey bees or native bees through the display, along with the 4 easy Ways to Bee that anyone can do to help the bees.
United States
The community will be invited to this event on Earth Day, April 22nd. A short presentation will introduce the project and four easy ways anyone can help bees, as well as give some information about the native bee house in the library's community garden. Then the Way to Bee! Worker Bees will host fun hands-on activities and a display, including games about bee communication through smell (pheremones) and dance (honey bee dance), a honey making activity where participants pretend to be a busy bee gathering "nectar" (water) with their "proboscis" (eyedropper) and "pollen" (yellow pompoms) with their "pollen baskets" (little baskets) from specially designed "flowers." They will also be shown how to make wildflower seed bonbons to plant wherever some native wildflowers are needed to feed the bees.
United States
We will put the money we raise from the notecards towards one of these organizations. We want to help offset the veterinary bills to help spay and neuter the animals and help them find forever homes. Our basic timeline: 1) Members of our community are currently drawing and submitting their endangered animal pieces. The deadline is April 25th 2) Then, we will make the actual notecards which will take about 2 weeks 3) Next, we will sell the notecards at our anual Field Day in May and during our school's grandparent day. 4) Finally, we will donate the funds to an organization by the end of the school year.
United States
Our group is skyping with the animal shelter and contributing toys and needs to the shelter. Some students are writing inquiry pieces sharing their ideas about the significance of adopting a sheltered animal. Within the community their is a home for elderly people who through empathy and kindness share knowledge and good times together. Our class will be visited by its members to learn of the challegenes of aging and reaching out with time and caring. Students are growing seedlings for the home to plant flowers for Mother's Day. On April 5th we will share in the Jane Goodall Bday webinair and learn more of her work, Finally we are writing letters and presenting to the board of education developing an action plan. WHAT MORE CAN WE DO how acan we add a following ? We are seeking to purchase a rycle container and contribute to a community need. WE alsosupported a field trip of cultural awareness.
United States
The mission of this project is to Educate, Legislate, Populate! That is, educate the public, especially youth, about the importance of bees, the hardships they are facing, and how we all can help through presentations, workshops, and fun learning activities at public events. By working with local and state legislators, legislate bee-friendly changes to laws or regulations and work to support laws that help the bees and those who work on their behalf. And populate the state, and maybe beyond, with healthy bee populations that will be attracted to wild bee houses built for them, native bees placed in suitable locations via cocoons, informed bee helpers who will find their Way to Bee and do it, and suitable forage that will be planted through the wildflower seed balls and bee waterer instructions.
United States
Wellsville is a depressed area with a lot of run down lots and homes. The SAK Club would like to "pay it forward" to the community by creating places of beauty, relaxation and educational sites to help the community feed oneself and learn from the experience. When the project is finish and we can share it with the community by holding an "Open House" to showcase and education the public on its use.

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