Our project will connect our neighborhood children to the local wildlife, landscape, plant species and water resources. It will also allow our neighborhood children to connect with local experts and hopefully work directly with them on activities such as planting in our community garden and keeping our local bike path beautiful.
In order to complete this bird-watching station, items for the habitat will be purchased and situated in a quiet area of the campus. A sealed container will house the binoculars, data collection materials, and bird identification charts, and will be available for check out by any teacher.
The project will address the needs for education rights to all human beings regardless of social status and financial capacity and advance the field of humane education. It will bring together people from all walks of life to rub minds together and find solution to educational problems and all living things can live together without hurting or harming any living thing. It will also campaign for environmental safety, animal protection and human rights and dignity.
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I will be picking up trash and I will be helping wildlife. I will pick up trash so the town looks pretty and the wildlife doesn't get sick or hurt.
Our project will involve our whole family and we have already started planting / spreading seeds of native flowers. Our project is to attract and help feed birds, bees and butterflies, as we are aware that they are under severe pressure due to their habitats being destroyed due to human interference. We have put in a bird bath, feeders, roosting pockets, a nesting box and we are currently germinating our milkweed flower seeds in the fridge for Monarch butterflies. We will plant and make abundant flowers and herbs, we will especially plant more basil plants as the hummingbirds and bees loved our basil plants last year. We've also planted apple trees and we do need these little beauties to pollinate them. We help feed them and keep them safe and they will help feed us, by pollinating our trees and vegetable and fruit garden. We have sowed multiple trays of seeds for vegetables and flowers and they are currently in a warm laundry room with abundant sunlight as we cannot plant them just yet as it is too cold. Due to the bird feeders we have already in our garden we are getting quite alot of little feathered visitors. We will keep you posted as we move along with our project.
TThis project is related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, focussing on Global Goal 15 (Life on Land). The participating students and teachers (Fantastic Forest Explorers!) will be supporting the Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, Education, and Conservation charity, helping to make the world a better place for people, animals and the environment. It is a cross-curricular CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) project that aims to teach subject content and skills as well as the English language to children of 3rd/4th Primary level (8-9 years old) and is adaptable for all levels of Primary education. It incorporates science, mathematics, drama, music, arts and crafts, cookery and outdoor learning. Students will explore their local forest, discover flora and fauna and the negative impacts that humans can have on woodland environments and seek solutions. We will invite an expert speaker from the Jane Goodall Institute to introduce them to a different type of forest in another part of the world and learn about the plight of the chimpanzees. By the end of the project, the students will understand the importance of the forest and the reasons why we need to look after it for current and future generations. They will be able to demonstrate this, sharing their knowledge and ideas with the local community by performing a theatre sketch of The Gruffalo (by Julia Donaldson and Alex Scheffler).
My project would help my family and the environment. I will do it by asking to put a Mulch trash can for lunch and it will be sold for money for our school.
We will begin planting seeds this month and will distribute as soon as they are ready to be planted outdoors and the risk of frost is over.
A group of students of undergraduate classes surveyed the bird communities in a city college campus during the Great Backyard Bird Count Event (GBBC) Campus Bird Count 2018. They could identify around 30 species of birds during their 4 day bird count. Now they wish to create bird baths and would like to create small spaces for their wild counterparts. They also will be monitoring bird count after placing the bird baths