United States
We have begun our garden seed by planting peas, garlic and onion in addition to our perennial herbs (sage and rosemary). We plan on planting, three types of squashes, cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, parsley, basis, cilantro, brussel sprouts, and green beans. In the months of may and June, we plan on planting these vegetables from seeds by direct sowing them. We will need help to ensure that the plants are watered regularly throughout the summer months, when school is not in session.
United States
My project will educate people on how pollution has affected our world. It will also raise money for other countries to buy cleaner heating or cooling systems so that we can cut down on the amount of pollution. I will also plant trees and vegetable gardens to help clean air and stop global warming. In the long run, I hope to end this world of pollution we have created.
United States
If our Project is successful it will help everyone in our Valley to live more healthful lives. If we do not want the Inversion type climate that has overtaken the Wasatch Front then we, on the Wasatch Back need to start planting trees to off set the carbon footprint created by our fast growing population. Please plant at least one tree. I own 1/3rd of an acre and I have planted four trees with plenty of space for more.
United States
Our roots and shoots group is going to a park and we are picking things such as leaves and trash
United States
We will purchase a large recycling bin and place in the front of our school. We will create a large sign that says, "CAN YOU HELP US" to ask the community to help us by recycling cans. The money collected from the recycled cans will be used to purchase seeds for our school garden. We also wish to start a worm bin to reduce the amount of food being thrown away each day. The worm castings will use added as fertilizer to our school garden.
United States
We use our urban park and "adopt a tree," noting its changes throughout the seasons. We collect leaves, seeds, twigs and bark, if available. We do not take anything live-only pictures- and we do not leave anything, but our shoe print...and that's on the concrete path! We do a year-long study incorporating the NYC Scope and Sequence and the NYS Science Standards. STEM, STEAM and the Cross-cutting concepts of NGSS are included as well through hands-brains-eyes-ears-on activities!
United States
We will be designing a succulent and herb garden that will be sustained by the AVID class. The volunteers will receive a Gardening 101 workshop on the process and why it is important to have a drought-friendly garden. We will bring succulents and herbs from a nursery that the volunteers will plant after cleaning out the dry plants and weeds and loosening the soil. Our volunteers will also install a stone walkway and small fence to supplement the aesthetic of the garden. Concurrent to the garden project, we will have volunteers cleaning the campus as part of the beautification portion of the day. The school will be able to benefit from having a community garden and the teachers will be able to incorporate curriculum and garden visits. At the end of our day of service, we will have fostered a sense of giving among our community members and raised awareness about the importance of sustainable garden practices.
United States
We just need to spread the word. Spread it faster than the climate deniers.
Malaysia
By inventing a chemical free fragrant, potpourri, the environment will be much fresher.
South Korea
When my family goes for a walk on a mountain trail nearby, I will bring a large trash bag to pick up litter and recycle it in my local apartment recycling.

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