Raising trout will definitely foster an awareness and responsibility to preserve and conserve wild life in New York. We will use the donation to help us pay for the $200 dollar fee to watch the process of spawning at the Visitor Center in Newtown Wastewater Treatment Plant and obtaining fertilized trout eggs for our classroom.
It will provide food and shelter for birds during cold days. We are going to be using basic tools and wood for the house.
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We will promote picking up trash in our community by posting fliers and we will also be going out to said parks and trails to pick up trash.
Tree planting, planting milkweed and other butterfly and bee friendly plants. Working for the protection of trees in my city and supporting caring animal care in my community.
Plant trees and other plants this fall that support wildlife and the environment. I will work to support our state and nation's politicians and others in an effort to protect farm animals, reduce puppy mills, protect wildlife and regulate treatment of animals in general. I will fight attempts to eliminate the destruction of our national lands, parks and monuments. I will give as much as I can to support these causes.
This Roots & Shoots campaign will a) support families keep their pets as they transition to new housing and b) if families can no longer keep their pets, community children and their parents and grandparents will support them in various ways to minimize the dumping of animals on to the streets and the emotional toll of giving up a family pet.
Our foster home takes in abandoned kittens from local shelters and raises them in a home environment until they reach the adoptable age of 8 weeks. We find forever homes for the kittens and begin the cycle again. As funding increases, more litters may be brought to the home at one time. The capacity for care in our 6 room house is 24 at any one time.
In this project we will create a new space for the dogs up in the mountains. We think that the mountains is a better place for them to live because there will be more green places and they will be in better contact with us.
- Make fleece blankets - Make fleece dog toys - Make bird feeders - Build a feral cat shelter
In Humanities, students were learning about money matters and to end the topic students had to plan a fund raising event. The funds raised through this event will go to the Jane Goodall Institute for Chimpanzees..