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We will teach people how to rescue horseshoe crabs and about the importance of horseshoe crabs to humans and the environment.
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We will seperate our project in 3 discrepant sections. The first one will be about pollution in the forest, since people scatter litter all over the landscape. The following one will be about the never-ending fires in it. People keep doing it even though it is forbidden to light up one no matter your intentions, leading to numbers of conflagrations to increase constantly. The last section will be abput the stray animals that are wandering all over the village, even in the forest, dying from starvation or in the cases of ''Fourni'' by hunters shooting them accidentally or even on purpose.
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The students have started their garden with growing cabbages. They have put them in pots at this point and taking good care of them. Their plan is to create garden beds to transfer these plants and take care of them from there. They will share the harvested cabbages with the families that need them. They are sharing this with their family and friends, so they can start a garden at their home too. The students will be collecting photos of the plants/crops to see how successful their gardens are.
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We will know if we've been successful if our town puts recycling in all of the parks and recreation sites in town. Our students can take pictures of the new recycling stations in town.
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Ellie’s Offering is a charitable shoe collection program inspired by the servant heart and unwavering generosity of my granny, Mary Ellen Rhoden (Ellie). New and gently worn shoes for all ages are collected and distributed to areas with the most pressing needs, such as relief in the wake of natural disasters. We will collect shoes in Stuart, and then distribute them locally to the almost 2000 homeless residents, or transport them to other areas of need.
United States
This project helped to introduce the students, families and their friends to one another, try new dishes and talk about new and healthy ways to eat. It also started conversations about our environment as the park and weather was so beautiful.
Greece
We are going to enclose and cultivate an unexploited piece of land at the yard behind the school. At the beginning of the project the help of the village community will be essential. The pupils will seed and adopt this piece of land throughout the year. In the school garden we will plant ornamental flowers, fruit trees and vegetables. Later, when the shoots grow, we will organize a day of healthy diet and focus on the importance of vegetables and fruits. This event will be open to the all the residents of the village and the local authorities.
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We will map out the available grocery stores and markets in the school neighborhood to see the types of food accessible to the school community. We will also make a food chain with the children and see where the food from their lunch came from.
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We plan on purchasing sturdy containers and labeling them for their purpose. For example, one container will be labeled "Recycled Paper" while another will be labeled "Recycled Markers". After this is done, we plan on distributing these containers to every teacher/classroom on our campus as well as the main offices. Just as our can and bottle recycling system, we will collect these bins every week. The paper will be recycled into one of our major blue bins near the back of the school. We will continue collecting the markers until we have enough to ship to a program that recycles markers such as Crayola's "ColorCycle" program and "TerraCycle". In the end, we will be reducing the amount of waste that goes into our trash bins as well as become more environmentally conscious.
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Our campaign will be successful if we are able to successfully compost the discarded lunch remains. Once added to the other grades garden beds, we hope to see growth. The garden beds are being replaced with non-toxic materials currently.

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