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The first action items in this ongoing project will take place in September. We will organize and participate in two trips in September to the villages we are supporting near Chiang Mai. During our visits we will work in coordination with the Thai forestry department to plant trees in areas designated for reforestation.
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We will support organizations that have already worked to restore this beautiful river such as the Bronx River Alliance while joining in the effort by coming together with volunteers to raise money and maintain the condition of this ecosystems.
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It will clean up watershed habitat for people and wildlife.
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Clean up Dempster St beach and classify materials.
Canada
Teach teenagers: through workshops and hands on projects. Water garden: rainwater collectors. Group meals: prepare, cook and eat together the produce from the garden. Welcoming space: a green space with chairs and benchs.
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Through a hands on interactive learning experience about these animals, our group members will help educate local communities about the impact native New England wildlife has on ecosystems and current wildlife "management" techniques. It will also demonstrate what occurs when animals are hunted to extinction or pushed out of their habitat, highlighting the loss of the gray wolf in New England.
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We will first clean up! We need to remove tires that get washed up in our Indian kettle rock formation on the shore. We need to clean up trash that flies onto our property or gets left behind by students and faculty. We will remove invasive plants like poison ivy and neighboring ornamentals to make more room for our native plants like Juneberries and sassafras. Then we will add new ones like native grasses and blueberry bushes so our bird friends have snacks. We will add pollinator plants to support bees and butterflies and bat shelters. We are putting in 6 container gardens for our human friends too. We will grow edibles for the local food pantry and flowers for our neighbors in retirement homes. We have invited our civic association and neighbors to come garden with us too. We will celebrate with pizzas made with our homegrown ingredients at the end of the growing season.
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We plan to create a beautiful space at our school in three stages. Stage 1 will be to clear out the dead brush and invasive species (with help from the Tree People organization). Stage 2 will be to create a terraced hillside using large planks of wood and steel pipes (mimicking the terraced backyard of the Gamble House next door). Stage 3 will be to select and plant native species that grow well in the shade of our beautiful existing oak trees.
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Our Robotics team will pair up with the AP Environmental class to build a launch and data-collecting area. Our big goal is to turn our retention pond into a native Georgia wetland. We need to plant GA native plants and prove they are thriving by collecting water and soil samples.

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