China
From 2017 to 2020, I will start from their own, to protect the environment, love flowers and plants, when the new year does not set off fireworks and firecrackers, to remind the people around, join hands to build a better home.
United States
My project will provide healthy food to our students and their family, as well as provide a wildlife way station area to increase biodiversity at our site. We plan on holding farmer's markets with a "take what you need, give what you can" philosophy. We also plan on educating our community about wildlife and how to support our native plants and animals. We would like to grow our garden as a community, and include not only our students but their families and community members as well. Our garden will provide hands on educational opportunities for students as well as a chance for them to support and help their community. In order to make this happen, we need to add drip lines and timers to grow our garden, and enable us to use water efficiently. We also need drip lines in order to sustain our garden over school breaks. We also would like to add additional edible and native plants in order to increase our ability to produce and harvest food for our students and their families.
United States
Using collected Soda Cap Codes (Coca Cola), Terracycle Points and Kellogg's Points, were are donating to plants trees for our Community Service for January - June 2017, Ms. Brown's - 1st Grade! :)
United States
Our first meeting is about to happen. We will set about learning all we can concerning our community environment and decide upon a mission. The action and plan to be announced! We are voting today on our projects, mapping is complete, can't wait to see what we challenge ourselves to do! We voted and started our first project! Our team is making blankets , and pen pal letters for our community elders.Our video team has posted an awesome creation on our twitter account, check it out on @Hopewellrns!!!
United States
Students walked the area around the school. The next activity is mapping the community with paper and digital maps. It is an important activity for our students to expand their view of the world and make connections to it.
United States
Our group would like to help the local community by donating and volunteering at a food pantry, help local animals by donating to and volunteering at an animal shelter, and the environment by holding a beach clean up.
United States
We will be growing a Jane Goodall Institute Base Camp and spreading the word about the Roots and Shoots Program and how people can get involved. We will foster the growth of Roots and Shoots in our community by encouraging people to join and letting them know exactly how. Then we will plan and hold a Roots and Shoots Festival to celebrate our accomplishments.
Indonesia
1. Create a community map 2. Run an annual community questionnaire & consultation 3. Store all data collected in a database 4. Use this data to inform/design relevant student led community projects
United States
This project will , raise money to donate to research groups to further their studies to attempt to stop this from growing. And to get the word out to the community about the harmfulness to themselves and the animals of the lake, with the water conditions and quality of it.
United States
My art service learning group at Poudre Community Academy partnered with Wildlands Restoration and Bohemian Foundation's GiveNext program to provide a creative outlet to people of all ages that promotes the arts and create a "Need for Seed Garden" in our school yard for us to build, design, grow and give. The purpose of the garden is to help supply Wildlands Restoration with our seeds from Colorado native drought resistance plants to help re-seed area lands destroyed by flooding and wild fires.

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