Roots & Shoots at CNU will work with the Newport News Master Gardner's to plan and plant a new riparian buffer at Causey's Mill on the edge of Lake Maury. School-groups and community members will be invited to help with the project to raise awareness of runoff problems. Signs will be posted on the property so all visitors will be able to learn about the riparian buffer, and how riparian buffers can be created on their own properties.
We are selling reusable water bottles to raise funds for the water bottle filler. We have campaigned to reduce plastic waste in the trash by installing recycle bins around the school. We have put "ads" on the school tv screens and the parent newsletter. We have done an interview for the the school news show. We hope to obtain a Roots and Shoots grant and obtain funds from a GO Fund Me Campaign as well.
Kalkie State School student Tara Keightley won the Capricorn Film Festival #lovethereef category award with her ‘OnePlastic Bag’ Film - the damage even one plastic bag can do. https://www.facebook.com/KalkieStateSchool/videos/1178846085579697/ She filmed presented and created a film.
We have been viewing "Plastic Ocean" during our club meetings for about 30 minutes at a time. We have one last viewing left!
My project will help the world stay clean and it will help these marine animal. I will do it by cleaning up my neighborhood and my community. I will also do it by doing a couple of hot chocolate stands and all of the money we earn will go to a aquarium to help these marine animals. The last thing is for you guys to help pick up trash too. I hope that you guys do pick up trash because these animals really depend on it.
We have learnt to write persuasive letters, so wrote to our Mayor who has written to the Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection. We hope to hear the outcome very soon.
We have completed book one and two of a home grown realistic fiction feature film script. Book one e-version : https://youtu.be/x0jbsnSf1rU We wish to complete the other books which discuss the very real problems of the environment and that turtle hatchlings face.
Our team of students have been researching possible solutions for Nestle to utilize instead of extracting Canada's ground water at the excessive amounts that they currently take. We have not yet chosen a solution for Nestle to use. If you have any suggestions for us to use, please let us know in the comments.
Our project will be cleaning up portions of one of our favorite beaches. We will be looking for trash and picking it up!
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Plant more saplings Raise awareness to save water and save electricity I will do it by asking my schoolmates and friends to assist in the club activities.