United States
My project will make my front yard look prettier and also provide a source of beauty and nourishment for bugs. I am going to plant either a tomato plant or a flower/tree, or both, in my backyard.
United States
Recreating an environment that attracts children during school hours, such as recess, builds a positive relationship with the Earth, which needs to be sustained by these generations and those to come.
United States
We bought a tomato plant, two types of lettuce plants, and two types of mint plants and planted them in Mackenzie's side yard. We use organic soil with manure in it and organic fertilizer. We will keep watering and fertilizing the plants and hopefully they will grow!
United States
Our project will grow flowers, crops, and provide students with opportunities to design and develop new ideas. The students' designs and ideas are all discussed and implemented through their special classes such as tech ed, art, PE, Family Consumer Science, and Library Science.
United States
We will gather a small group and visit local areas where littering is evident. For example, the trails in Steiner Ranch. We will walk through the trail and clean up trash and also plant flower seeds to help beautify the surrounding area.
United States
As part of our project we will go around local parks and plant flowers and seeds in different areas.
United States
We will have a school beautification day to replant our gardens. When the vegetables are ripe, we will harvest the produce. The students will eat some of the vegetables and we will sell the rest of the produce to parents so we can replenish our garden.
United States
Our project will encourage visitors to explore our community and all things creeping, crawling, growing and decomposing.
United States
We will bring garbage bags on hikes and clean up garbage left on the trail. After we will sort the trash to recycle anything that we can.
Canada
London, ON Canada See map: Google Maps Air Beautification Landscapes, Trees, and Plants 1 Subscribe to group ...

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