semester long sequential unit plan with daily lesson plans. introducing students to urban wildlife environmental science through use of nature journals and art with experimental science
i want to clean up the trash and bags off the beach and the plastic bags and trash from the water. you need to use sail boats also instead.
I will try to make the wildlife wild again and have that species repopulating. I will do this by helping the wild by leaving them be and not have people attacked by them, that would cause the animal to be put down or taken to an unforgiving place!
For now, we are raising money for elephant sanctuaries that take in elephants that have no way of making in back into the wild. Our goal is to help pay for food and supplies that will make the rescued elephants happy and healthy in their new home.
I will help to get the word out. I will lead them in Sing for the Climate and upload photos and videos to the FutureFlash! Project on facebook and twitter. And during lunch I will project facebook and twitter posts from the Peoples Climate March in New York City.
I've created a website called infiniteart14.weebly.com and all purchases go to helping orangutans survive through the BOS Foundation. I don't have very many products yet, but I'm working on it. Please check it out!
My project is looking towards getting support mainly through the students and staff at BBSS as well as being open towards any other people who would like to help from the community and globally! Although we still have a very low amount of people who are interested so far I look to strive towards doing numerous things during and after the school year, some of these things including: Marine Awareness Week (a time where there will be many posters around the school as well as a table or booth of some sort where there will be information sheets talking about local and global marine life issues as well as sign-up sheets to join this project and either crafts or goods of some kind that we can sell to students/staff to raise money in a non-profit way to donate to worthy organizations/charities), An extra curricular group that can spend time thinking of future plans for the project in terms of making donations and gaining support and people who would like to join, and much more cool things! This project will be open to all types of people joining regardless as long as they want to help and are willing to put in the effort to making a change in our world for the better. If you are looking to gain more information on what this project plans on doing I will be personally open to talk to at 1-807-464-1016 or if you would like to contact me in person I will be available if I have given you further contact information or if you see me anywhere in person I will always try and make time or schedule time where we can talk about this project, further projects and anything else you may have any questions on. Thank you for any support given to this project and any of those who choose to help in it as well for your time to read through this if you have. A GoFundMe will be made in future times to accept donations of non-profit.
Educate the local people first before moving onto a national level. Have student exchanges with different schools around the city. Have street talks and promote similar groups in schools to go out and teach people around the school about the effects of hurting animals and make them guilty of what is happening in todays world by showing them pictures of animals treated badly so they cant take action. The pictures will have an effect and probably will be able to make a difference!!!
The global goal: to have people share photos where they care for the environment, make it a new trend in selfie photos The local goal: to not be indifferent and hopeless about the mess around me, engage people in "clean up" meetings aimed to show a positive example
I would like to publish a vegetarian cookbook, compiling recipes from vegetarian cooks in Portland and beyond and sell the book to raise money to "adopt" apes through the Jane Goodall's "become a chimp guardian program." 13 girls have joined the effort so far. We've sent out requests for recipes to chefs around the world and the recipes have started pouring in. Next steps: start cooking! We need to take photos of each dish and begin illustrating the book. A fun way to use the cold, rainy winter weekends in Oregon!