United States
We will collect non perishable foods during the time of lent at my school and the donate the goods to various local shelters
United States
Invite as many classmates, friends, and family members to participate in the Live Below the Line movement!
United States
With the help of my home schooled students and grandchildren, we will plant edible fruits and vegetables along the perimeter of my property so that the children and families in my community can eat fresh fruits and vegetables from one end of my yard to the other. I will also have seeds and plants to give away free to anyone interested in learning how to grow their own food.
United States
We will garden in the garden during class time. All of my classes, 160 students will participate in the project. When they harvest food, I will cook for them. They can also come up with their favorite recipe.
United States
My project will provide food for the poor and people in need. We will do this by planting many vegetables at a garden plot and picking them daily. After we get enough vegetables we will deliver them to the people who need them.
Puerto Rico
We already started a urban garden in our university and we have been doing discussion panels between students and promoting our job in schools . We will also be doing an agricultural fair on the last weekend of April where we have invited many schools and people from all over the country . Over there they would be able to know our plans and to listen to experts on what they can do to support our ideas .
United States
My project will reduce almost half of food waste in my high school. In order to do this I will have to talk to volunteers, administration, and my high school ag teacher. We will find materials to make compost and see if one of our ag classes can fit composting into it's daily routine.
United States
We will are planting vegetables that will be harvested in June. The harvested vegetables will be given to families in need here at our school and also to a local soup kitchen for distribution there. Several local businesses have been kind enough to donate organic soil, seed, and gardening tools. So far we have planted seeds inside that are being cared for by member of our club. The seedlings are growing under lamps until they are strong enough, and when it is warm enough for growing outside. We have recently expanded our garden to include a much larger urban garden that is being transformed from an old basketball court at our school into a place to grow, learn, and harvest produce for families in need.
United States
Our Roots & Shoots group will gather at the Eleanor Klugh Jackson House for Crisis Intervention, a local food pantry, early on a Saturday; one of the busiest days of the week for serving meals. We will plan, prepare, cook and serve food to the hungry. We will also volunteer to bag rice, stock shelves, clean and do anything we can to help those in need and assist the great people who provide the services to those in need all year long.
United States
Our project will help people who live on the street. What our project will do is help the homeless people look presentable enough to get themselves a job. What we will do is go to the pharmacy and get some everyday essentials that people need. We went to the travel section and as a group we discussed our budget and what we thought was the most essential, we picked out things that we all agreed on. Once we did that we called the closest Salvation Army by us and we donated the blessing bags to them .

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