The Impact of Marine Mammals on the Arctic, Indigenous Communities and the Balance of Our Global Environment
We will learn more about marine mammals of the Arctic and use our community's Festival of Tree program to bring this information to individuals and families in our communities. To do this, we selected a children's picture book that focused on Arctic Marine Mammals and displayed it along side a decorated tree. This book contained many resources for more information in an appealing way to all ages. We decorated the tree with hand crafted, eco-friendly Arctic marine mammals and landscapes.
In the fall, our students will begin to evaluate the 1/2 acre plot to see how our spring planting succeeded. Along with Pheasants Forever, we will begin monitoring the flora and fauna found in our area and watch for the continued success of our native species. We hope to evaluate the soil as well as the amount of rainfall in the area. Once we have established our milkweed population, we hope to attract Monarch butterflies to the area to evaluate their numbers, tag and monitor them. Our students will be citizen scientists, collecting, evaluating and communicating the information to the Monarch watch team and to the community.
We will begin by writing up a mission and vision statement, as well as an impact goal. Then: - undergo a review of the current situation regarding the health and wellbeing of the elephants. - create and manage a mahout program empowering the mahouts to be support the conversation message the foundation - create business plan We expect it will take one year to create the foundational program
Os objectivos deste projecto são: reciclar telemóveis; consciencializar o público para esta crise humana, animal e ambiental; e incentivar a propagação da campanha por todo o país.
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.
We will collect electronic devices during the month of February to show love for our environment, animals, and people of the world. It will be our Valentine gift to the planet and its inhabitants. Collection bins will be placed at the entrances of each classroom and letters to parents will be sent out to each family informing them of our project and how they can help. The total amount of the devices will be counted and recorded by the preschoolers. The devices collected will be sent for recycling the first part of March. Parents will received reminders and updates, as well as our final count through their weekly newsletters.
I will sell my art at www.pigtailsart.com. I will then donate it to my special fundrasing page. http://team.janegoodall.org/site/TR/Events/General?px=1295382&pg=personal&fr_id=1050 I hope to have the money raised by my 11th birthday!
Through a coordinated awareness campaign, the group will spread the word about the threats to wildlife and humans due to pollution and overpopulation. The group is working to generate awareness about problems locally and globally and will work to make 15 separate annual donations in support of endangered animals both locally and abroad.
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!
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