United States
My project will create and set up a lasting garden program at my highschool in which the whole community will partake in as well as renovate and landscape other areas outside around my school to encourage students to spend more time outside in these comfortable environments and be more eager to go to school. I will achieve this by applying for numerous grants and receiving support from the town.
United States
The goal of all exhibits will be to follow the Roots & Shoots mission to make a positive difference to either people, or animals, or the environment.
United States
Our project will drastically impact the space allotted to us by engaging aspects of ecosystem restoration to make it livable for various species. We will document our work and share it with the public to encourage others around us to support native wildlife and hopefully make changes in their own lives and backyards.
Indonesia
The children already meet on Saturdays and Sundays at my home on the edge of the jungle. We meet in the two dance pavilions I have built over the years. There are two men, Wayan Damai, Wayan Sutika who are very knowledgeable and there are others too, to help us make a book, bit by bit of our local medicinal plants and wild food plants. The more the children know about these plants the more they are likely to protect the forest which we still have in Puakan. Naturally these people should be paid. It is possible to have this part of the program on Saturdays as Sundays are devoted to traditional dance, play, reading and drawing. The cost of the medicinal plant program is, Drawing teacher, and/or Plant teacher for 3 hours, $15, 3 staff helpers, $12, lunch for all, $25. Art supplies are always my personal contribution
South Africa
the Classroom will offer the learners an opportunity to learn more about conservation of animals, trees and biodiversity as a whole. Firstly an existing classroom in the school will be renovated and repainted with tree paintings, flowers, insects and animal tracks will be painted on the classroom walls. Then we will try our level best to make the classroom look as an outdoor classroom as possible full of colour and drawings.
South Africa
The learners will be taken on an excursion where they will spend 2 days in the African bush learning mainly about poaching, of wildlife and what it entails, what are the drivers for people to end up poaching our wildlife, the Bush Babies will be given a clear understanding of what the products are wrongfully used for and told that these products do not work for instance the rhino horn is made p of the same substance as our fingernails therefore it does not work as medicine. The Bush Babies will also be taken on game drives to see the Big 5 in their natural environment, learning about the different tree, grass species and learning about different birds species and mammals.
United States
I will be shooting my project with a regular camera:) I am working on getting a better camera. This is my IB Biology assignment and I hope that you enjoy:)
United States
We will survey our school grounds and then remove invasive species and replace them with native species. We will also transformed manicured lawn areas into natural areas. We will monitor our vertebrate and invertebrate population while we create a school field guide.
United States
Botanical Gardens are living species museums visited by many people. We habilitated a place with a microphone and projection screen for a Power Point presentation.
United States
The trip was a success! We worked with scientists from the Center for Marine Research (University of Havana), and learned about and helped with coral reef monitoring. We learned basic methodologies used for monitoring the health of the reefs. We also helped out at an organic farm that specializes in medicinal plants like aloe and turmeric. In addition, myself and two other students presented to a marine conservation group in a small community called Cocodrilo. We spoke about environmental issues and tourism in Tampa Bay, and then their group presented to us.

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