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Removal of invasive plants, except where to do so would disturb wildlife. Planting native plants, especially those used to slow the flow of water and replenish the water table. Inform our neighbors about protecting and stewarding wildlife, such as owls, reptiles (newts and snakes), foxes, and opossums. Work with our neighbors on pest controls that do not harm wildlife. Diminish irrigation. And make what was a blind corner a more visible one for drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and their pets.
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We will conduct a drive for supplies in the school and in the community. We will meet in a week to begin the toy making process. Our toys will provide comfort to pets that are in local shelters. These animals are often lonely, sad, and scared. Having toys will help to sooth them by providing comfort in a very stressful environment.
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This project aims to raise awareness about the effects of illegal use of poisoned baits in the natural environment, biodiversity and society. More specifically, we will educate students of semi-urban environments on the effects of pesticides against rodents on the trophic webs, using Tyto alba (Barn-owls) as a case study. Moreover, we will build and place nest-boxes around schools and provide students with instructions on how to build their own. In this way, we are setting an example on how rodent populations can be locally controlled by barn-owls rather than pesticides.
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We hope that our project will help stray cats and dogs that are hungry and sick. We will be raising money by having a bake sale at our school
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Ms. Ingram is also an author of children's books and she will discuss some ideas that have been successful in her community that we could possible use in ours.
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This project aims to inform
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The next step is to organize this information to a powerpoint and spread it to our social circle (like clubs, organizations, schools etc). The last step is to inform and try to sensitize some of the local food industries and persuade them to stop the use of palmoil in their products.
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Our project will provide food for this holiday season to families in need. We will help our parents shop for food items. We will deliver them to our early years building. Food will be collected in a box and later distributed by our teachers to a local church.
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Already many students from Pre-K to 6th grade are pausing in the hallway to engage in the proprioception activities that have been provided. The hope is that more students will continue to utilize the activities as they transition from classes, or simply need a break from academia. To determine the success of our campaign, classroom polls and surveys can be taken. This quantitative data will help us gauge whether or not our centers should extend to our playground, which would be our next step in completing our building wide brain break initiative.

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