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Our "Water Works for Us" project will educate our school community about challenges created by living in a community that suffers from chronic droughts. Students will read about the water cycle, water treatment plants, water conservation, and pollution. They will learn the extreme measures taken by our community to address the water needs of a large, urban population living in a dry, Mediterranean biome. Students will receive visits from various professionals from the Department of Water & Power. In addition, they will take a field trip to a local wetlands area that filters reclaimed water. Finally, students will create a campaign promoting water awareness and conservation on our campus. They will create an informational power point and stickers to share with other members of our school community. They will promote their campaign by writing a column for our school newspaper, the Toluca Times.
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Our project will educate the student body on vegan/vegetarian diets by handing out free vegan samples so people can get an idea of what vegans eat and handing out vegan pamphlets and recipes to try at home or with their families. We will also be giving out vegan nutrition guides to people so those who are interested in eating less meat can have a resource of knowledge available to them.
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Our project will implant new bottle filling stations in the school. Administration at our school has already given us the okay but now we need to raise money in order to buy and install them throughout the school. We have little funding in our school for the Green Team and we are looking to raise more money.
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Our project will implant new bottle filling stations in the school. Administration at our school has already given us the okay but now we need to raise money in order to buy and install them throughout the school. We have little funding in our school for the Green Team and we are looking to raise more money.
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SEATEAM Goals: 1. To get nets and the desire to remove plastics floating in our ocean into the hands of families who can make a difference. 2. To bridge the gap between environmental giants who are doing big research and hard work to save our waterways and every busy boat-family who appreciates and understands the importance of clear water. How will we do it? We are doing our best to lead by example. We use a variety of nets onboard our boat to remove plastic from the water when we see it - which can be several times a day. Our goal is to buy additional nets so we can give them to youth sailors, boat-families and fellow cruisers to use on the docks, increasing their ability to help our mission. TEAM MEMBERS NEEDED: Noone can solve this problem alone. This is not a marina-management issue, but a social responsibilty. It takes each one of us doing our small part to accomplish a big thing. We CAN reduce plastics in the water and our food source IF we work together.
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This project will help out our community, because we will grow crops then we will being then to a donation center so people in our community in need can get them.
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Help to educate the next generate (which includes me) on the problems with bottled water production.
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We will work to save trout and connect students to their water resources
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My project will include a day trip to the Malibu Tide pools where my students would have already researched what animals and wildlife are currently there. They will have researched the endangered animals and wildlife in that area so that when they visit the Malibu site, they will have some prior knowledge. While they are there, they will explore the tide pools and then write down their observations. They will survey the environment and write descriptions of what they see in terms of human interaction with the environment. Finally, when they return to their community in South Central Los Angeles, we will explore how to implement the practices in Malibu at our local beaches to improve upon the environment.
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Students will measure, Dissolved Oxygen, take water samples, look at the lakes diversity, phosphate, nitrogen, ammonia levels, and look at other factors that may affect the health of a lake. Students will map out the places they surveyed and write a report on their findings. This will be a Yearly project

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