Portugal
For the project the actions that we will take will be that, we will clean the spiky plants on the mountains during the lunch time at 1:30 every Monday, and take out the pollution. We want to clean the spiky plants so that nobody gets hurt when they are playing in the mountains and also for the dogs, and the pollution will affect the nature and environment.
Portugal
For the project the actions that we will take will be that, we will clean the spiky plants on the mountains during the lunch time at 1:30 every Monday, and take out the pollution. We want to clean the spiky plants so that nobody gets hurt when they are playing in the mountains and also for the dogs, and the pollution will affect the nature and environment.
Portugal
Oeiras, Lisboa Portugal See map: Google Maps Human Community and Human Condition Pets and Domestic Animals Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
United States
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.
United States
The leaders for this session gathered clay, soil, and native seeds. Each member got to form about 8-10 seed balls from the materials. One of the leaders reminded us all when we should throw our seed balls (after the first frost). We then got to each choose a local location that we thought would be a good spot for the native plant seeds. We hope that the seeds will grow into plants that will help sustain a positive ecosystem in our city, especially supporting bees and other pollinators to do their important work.
United States
Members each made baked items to sell at a busy block on the parade route of Hyattsville's annual parade. Members also made signs, set up two stands (one on each side of the road), and sold lemonade, cookies, breads, brownies, and fruit. We earned $120 and split this evenly in donations to the three selected groups.
United States
We will have a special Dr. Goodall Day at the Mid-America Science Museum devoted to teaching youth about her life, work, accomplishments, and goals for the future. We will read several books about her and let the kids choose an activity they would like to emulate as Dr. Jane did in the Gombe. Observational skills with handmade binoculars will be a project in which they get to search areas around the museum they think they might find a chimp! After a day of learning and creating birthday cards for Dr. Goodall, the kids will celebrate!
The goal of the Teen TreeHuggers organization is to provide teens an international platform where they can make their voices heard to tackle wildlife conservation, environmental, and humanitarian issues. Teens, no matter where they come from, will have the opportunity to become journalists known as TreeHuggers. Their work can be in any artistic form, including essays, short stories, poems, music, photos, videos, animated shorts, paintings, drawings, and sculptures. One of the long-term goals of the Teen TreeHuggers organization is to create a grant fund to support TreeHuggers’ conservation events, such as a fundraiser or beach cleanup, as well as provide art supplies and other necessary resources for impoverished teens. These goals will be accomplished through various means. The organization’s galleries will first be online through the Teen TreeHuggers’ website to display our journalists’ work. However, physical locations for Teen TreeHuggers galleries, exhibitions, and shows are one of the goals in the long-term plan. This organization will also serve as an educational resource for teens through guidebooks tailored to each art form on how to best maximize the impact of their work. A guidebook on how to gain financial support will also be available so teens have greater chances of success in solving their communities’ issues and hosting conservation events. The organization’s website will also have a calendar available to members containing TreeHugger-led conservation events as well as a public calendar with conservation events held by other organizations. Another long-term goal is to create chatrooms on the website where teens can host and attend brainstorming sessions to connect and collaborate with their fellow TreeHuggers. There will be a small membership fee to become a TreeHugger in order to have a sense of commitment from the teen as well as to cover costs. However, the grant fund will also include the opportunity for teens to apply for free membership. The Teen TreeHuggers organization will be sustained through grants as well as business sponsorships.
United States
We will create artwork and flyers to display and hand out at local environmental events, our public library, and community youth programs. These efforts will be supplemented by service work through the city and county park systems where we will encourage others to join us to help protect and preserve wildlife in Lakewood, Colorado.

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