Greece
The program is called "The Stray" (Adespotos in Greek) and the protagonist is a stray dog. The dog is a fingerpuppet that we use in the kindergarten and it symbolizes every stray animal on the streets of the city.The cartoonist Vaggelis Papavasiliou has also helped us with the program and he designed the picture of “The Stray”. The children in my kindergarten classroom have named themselves “the buddies of The Stray”. The program lasts throughout the year, and the Stray is involved in children's daily lives. Through the children the parents are involved too, which I consider as the best way for spreading the program’s goals.It is a cross-curricular program that is implemented through literary activities, visits to vets, contact with people active in the field of animal welfare (clubs), videos with animal content, as well as creating videos which raise awareness over the responsibilities of adopting of an animal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwFRPN2Bh44&t=92s One of the program actions is "The Bucket of the Stray" This is the reuse of the popular package of one kilo of yoghurt as a collection of family food leftovers and their promotion to stray animals.
United States
My wish is for rescued raptors of Phoenix , Arizona to have a safe and clean, nurturing, safe nesting aviary so they can heal and return to their habitats upon recovery. Several family and friends have wanted to join me in helping the maintenance of the habitat, so I have planned for another project on 11/23/2018. I will reach out to the manager of the Wild At Heart (Cave Creek) habitat to find out about specific cleaning or maintenance projects they have in mind for volunteers. Then I will co-ordinate a date and time that works for everyone and plan a trip to the facility for everyone.
United States
I will research books, fact based websites, biological facts and news articles about the Vaquita Porpoise. I will write an article, cite resources and submit it for review by the senior editor guides at Bear Essential news. I will also draw and illustrate my own picture of the Vaquita to accompany the article in the newspaper. I will work to ensure any edits and suggestions from the editor reviews are included into the article and then will submit final draft for publication.
United States
I decided to take on this project because after my previous work at the facility others reached out to me and expressed an interest in helping out at the rescue habitat.
United States
We brought in trash bags, gloves, and snake-grabbers and we cleaned up all around the school. We filled 3 large bags with trash!
Greece
Trash collecting field trips, tree planting field trips, raise money for organisations
United States
As the official young reporter for Bear essentials newspaper (publication in Phoenix metro areas and Tucson, Arizona) http://bearessentialnews.com/, I will draw and color a Vaquita to illustrate the beautiful porpoise for my readers. I will research and write an article about the marine porpoise and include details of the endangered species, its habitat and reasons for its near extinction status. I will review my article and illustration with the Bear Essential News editors and then publish it.
United States
Our Middle School Art Department purchases handmade paper beads that were made by people in Uganda Africa. The income from the beads helps the people in Uganda provide for their families. We will use the paper beads to made bracelets, necklaces, and key chains to sell to our friends, neighbors, family members, etc. Them money we raise from our jewelry sales is donated to the CSWCT to help support the Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Uganda. Through this project we are able to help make a difference for the people in Uganda and for the plight of the chimpanzees.
Tanzania
Cleaning beaches on every weekend,planting trees and flowers on the areas where we will be allowed to do so during the weekends and conducting seminars at the schools on how to preserve the environment through our club.
United States
Students will come up with solutions for improving wildlife habitat on this property and solving some of the issues related to wildlife. This will include coming up with proposals for how to manage the beaver dams that are causing flooding issues in the close upstream neighborhood, managing invasive species, and putting in bird boxes to increase the bird habitat on the property. First, we will have an identification stage where students identify some of these problems. Then, there will be a planning stage where students create proposals for action. Then there will be the implementation stage where students implement the projects they have planned. Last, there will be a community outreach stage where students present their projects to the community.

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