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We will bring hydration stations to our school. We will be raising funds by selling reusable water bottles.
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Science Club Students will visit local elementary and middle schools to educate students about aquaponics and the global need for sustainable food production and clean water conservation. We will demonstrate how to build a simple aquaponics systems and provide schools with inexpensive materials and seeds to get them started.
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My project will take place over the course of a semester and allow students to get points by using reusables in their homeroom classes. At the end of the year, the class with the most points will get a pizza party to celebrate their good efforts.
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My project will allow our school (Harrison Jr. High School) to have fresh vegetables in our school lunch every day. The students can also learn form the aquaponics system and how they can make there own at there home.
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We will work towards raising awareness of our peers and community about the importance of eating healthy, growing our own food, preserving water and protecting the environment. The students will gain a new understanding about living in harmony with nature.
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Our wish is to come up with a proactive way to reduce water usage and maintain a healthy school garden while incorporating technology.
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We will grow and care for the fish and the plants it in the schools front garden area. We have no fresh vegetables at school lunch so by doing this project we will be bringing fresh vegetables to school lunch.
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Turning an empty lot into a lively educational native California edible and pollinator garden that serves students as an outdoor classroom, which also conserves water. Weekly workshops in crop cultivation will fulfill a CSA program that connects 400 low-income community members to farm-fresh produce yearly.
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Enhance the vegetable garden by adding a greenhouse with hydroponics and water softening systems.
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Our project will bring people of all ages together for a common goal in an effort to create a true community. The success of our garden, every year, and of the continuation of the program, depends on support, relationships, communication, compassion -- extremely useful skills in the real world. This garden project will give students unique opportunities for growth, creativity and learning. The opportunity to be in an outdoor classroom with a new environment to study applied math, science and art lessons (without really even knowing it)! This project will connect children to the earth, fostering an understand of the cycle of life, our place in it, the interconnectivity of people and the power of teamwork as well as the value of precious resources -- as basic as water and sunlight. Through support from the community, we will fully develop our native Californian garden to attract the beloved monarch butterfly with new plantings. Our second goal is to establish worm bins, composting and rain barrels.

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