Volunteer manpower, information, or any other form of assistance useful in the effective implementation of wildlife conservancy programs. Through the support of civil society we hope to put checks and balances on already existing wildlife management authorities. We intend to see that executive, judiciary and legislature fully carry out their mandate and enforce the newly enacted wildlife protection laws. We also intend to rally support for wildlife friendly legislation and demand the swift prosecution of poachers. Any conservancy groups or friends of animals that want to contact us or support us can do so via sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Several students work at a local family-owned restaurant. They noticed that food such as the outer leaves of lettuce, melon rinds, celery tops, and the like were being thrown away. In their concern about the wasted food, the students noticed a wildlife refuge, Izzy's Pond, in the community. After some brainstorming, the students decided by majority vote to collect the vegetation at the restaurant. The leafy parts will be donated to the fowl life at Izzy's Pond. The rest will be composted for a community garden.
I will deliver a talk and presentation to my grade 6 class at Esther Starkman School. I will also be handing out hand made pan flits to the class. I will have a craft sale at my local park to raise awareness to the community. All the money will be donated to the David Suzuki Foundation in order to push towards saving the bees in Canada. http://www.davidsuzuki.org/
I will introduce an idea to my class. The idea is, we will have a competition - whoever picks up the most rubbish, identifies it and has visual proof will win a prize. I will hand out sheets designed for identifying rubbish and going back to the source and asking them to stop polluting. I think the idea of a prize will get more people involved!
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/16_2T8l53Jik8U87L_R5XcemuCCgLoLrfBqix-WvNjSI/edit?usp=sharing The link above provides direct navigation to our opensource Google Slides where we summarize and present our project findings. Thank your for your time and interest!
Summer 2015. Plant several gardens with milkweed and other plants to benefit pollinators in our desert environment.
Help provide adequate housing to keep injured and abandoned duckies safe from predators and up to code, provide emergency supplies in case needed and sanitary care. Due to the local bird sancuaries closing in our area, there is no place of refuge for our feathered duckies!
Organized volunteers to meet and clean up a local beach.
• Raising awareness of environmental issues in all sectors of the populations in the South Sudan regarding of Geographical boundary, cultural belief, gender etc. • Working with other partners in the re-integration of communities to minimize the negative environmental impacts of reconstruction, recovery and developmental projects; • Promoting sustainable livelihoods for environmental protection and conservation through community-based initiatives, such as agro forestry, apiculture and others; •
Find a worthy cause for your group, school, join www.eco-cell.com, enter your organization information, enter the name and address of your cause, collect all the electronics, request a shipping label, and ship them to Eco-cell. Schools, businesses, churches, and any other organization are welcomed to join and help keep cell phone, MP3 players, circuit boards, rechargeable batteries and more out of land fills and to slow the mining of precious minerals where endangered species live.