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The project consists of planting herbs and a lettuce plant in two bins. I will water the plants twice a day--in the morning and in the afternoon. They will be in sunlight and I will document through photos their progress with beginning, middle, and end. The project will beautify and teach my family and I how to take care of a garden.
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I will clean up the flower bed of any trash. Next, I will pull out any weeds or dead plants. Then I will add fertilizer to give the plants nutrients. Next, I will dig a whole to put the flower in and I will make sure to water the flowers every day.
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My project will take native Texas wildflowers and plant them in a green space used as a sidewalk. I will do it by going to a nursery buying the flowers and planting them around the trees in the green area.
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January: Secure supplies and prepare the area February: Design & build the wall; disassemble the wall to add screening (to hold soil); reassemble, reinforce & paint the wall March: Plant the wall
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Our project will clean out the existing garden space and allow service learning to take place. Our group will learn about the importance of green space and also pollinators in the community. We will then work together to determine what plants and items we wish to include in our garden to make it inviting to all. We will be cleaning the garden, planting the plants and trees, inserting furniture and maintaining the space throughout the school year.
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The Air Pollution Community Map will allow users to learn about which areas accumulate the most traffic and air pollution as a result. It will also provide ideas and ways for them to lessen the amount of car traffic and gas emissions. My students will familiarize themselves with their local neighborhoods. They will map out and also survey the areas of heavy traffic in the community. Then, they will come up with ways to improve the air quality in their community.
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Our project will take a piece of land that needs some TLC and turn it into a garden area. We will clean and clear existing vegetation and replace it with California Native plants that will attract and sustain butterflies, bees and birds.
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To create a place where teachers can bring students to explore the great outdoors in their school community.
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Our project will remove plants currently housed in a concrete raised bed by the 6th grade eating area and replace them with plants native to Southern California, as well as use plants that will attract pollinators to our campus. Our group will be involved in researching the plants, planting the garden, and routine care of the garden.
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We will know that the program is successful when we actually start making the mulch and we can notice a decrease in the amount of uneaten food that is thrown away. We will be outside during lunch to ensure that excess food from students is acquired and not simply thrown away.

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