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We plan on cleaning up the park first, using poop baggies and trash bags. Then we will add pooper scoopers and dogie bags to the front of the park so owners can clean up after their pets.
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Our goal is to continue to give our crafts specifically made for a need in our community.
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Our plan was to have 25 double truck loads of clean, white fill to make the footing safer for the horses and volunteers and we did. We had a bobcat move all the sand, and the stalls were leveled and put back together by volunteers. We always need volunteers to help us remove the stall mats, then help level the sand in the stalls and walkways and put the mats back in. The stalls and common areas look so much better and offer everyone safe footing. Please sign up to help with one of our many other projects or call (954) 609-5943 to set up a date to, bring out your group to help us accomplish one of the many needs on our list. We have the supplies to accomplish the goals, we just need the manpower to make it happen. Sign up at fttp://www.eiaHORSES.org
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We will start gathering recyclable materials from homes (wood, cardboard boxes, used paint, clothing, storage bins, etc.), make a thorough plan of the shelter and which animal it is targeted for and start building.
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Oeiras, Lisboa Portugal See map: Google Maps Human Community and Human Condition Pets and Domestic Animals Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
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Student have set up tables, and coordinating an awareness campaign for the school's monthly All School Lunch and are hosting weeklong events and activities surrounding Be Kind to Animals Week.
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Project Completed
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We began by mapping our community and discussing perceived problems within our community. We discovered that there are a lot of resources to connect humans to other humans and even humans to the environment, but not a whole lot to connect humans with other species of animals. In our weekly meetings, we often meditate on our feelings to cultivation compassion within and empathy for others. Almost every week we hear from each other how animals bring us such joy. When mapping we saw that a lot of animals in our community were farm animals- used for their product and not for their companionship. We would like to raise awareness that all animals have feelings and can be part of the club when it comes to sharing love and joy. A message we would like to convey is that the language of love translates across all perceived barriers: religion, ethnicity, culture, race, gender, and even species. We have been learning about permaculture techniques and decided to apply them to a yard space that we have available to use. We mapped out the yard space and will build a chicken coop and pallet fence. We plan to plant raised bed gardens and a spiral herb garden. In this project, the children emphasized that they only wanted the chickens to be pets and not raised as a commodity. We will donate the eggs they lay to the local food shelf. In this way, animals and humans are connected in a humane way. The children also noted that humans and animals are connected through loving interaction; by holding and petting the chickens. They love them! We hope to grow lots of vegetables and fruit to donate to the food shelf as well. The chickens will keep the bug population in check so we have a high yield from our crops. The children will be hosting informational workshops throughout the summer to educate the community on small scale organic homesteading. They have applied the permaculture techniques which work in harmony with nature and hope to spread these concepts. We will know that campaign is successful when community members and organizations around town recognize the "Hero's Journey Club" and ask us to participate in their program or next event. We will document our findings with photos, video, and written articles or quotes. We aim to present and celebrate our success in early June during the Children's Flower Ceremony.
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We believe that it is imperative for us to teach students about the importance of giving back to their community. We believe that students benefit from learning and being exposed to many different kinds of experiences and activities. It is through these activities that they find that their actions have a direct impact on themselves, their families, their community and the world. This year, students will be tasked with creating dog toys, cat toys, dog treats and bed that will be donated to our many local pet shelters. In addition, we will be holding a pet food drive with all items also donated to local shelters and rescue facilities.
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We are currently trying to raise the funds to purchase a small portable building where we can teach our classes. Our facility is very "rustic" without power and running water so, the portable building will be wired for a generator to run lights and AC so everyone can learn out of the elements. We have already purchased the learning materials, a TV with a DVD player and VHS, we also have a very extensive library, over 300 books, videos & DVD's, that we will finally be able to share with people as we currently have nowhere to keep it. This project is ready to go, we just need the portable building.

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