United States
I will add a compost bin to my neighborhood. I will make/purchase a compost bin and place it in my backyard and open it to my neighbor's biodegradable as well as my own.
United States
Our project will show how to lessen your ecological footprint by doing things such as reducing the use of plastic water bottles.
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 will make a garden in a box. Using compost and reusable resources.
United States
Our compost will recycle food wast and reintroduce it to the environment in the form of compost where to can help plants thrive.
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.
Tanzania
Our project will educate and inspire Form 1-4 students on wildlife and environmental conversation efforts. Our club will meet after school twice a week to brainstorm ideas and learn farming techniques. We will hold discussions about the importance of Tanzania's wildlife and discuss ways to promote awareness in order to protect our animals.
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.
United States
I have been collecting wine corks from friends, family and neighbors. I collected over 1500 wine corks and sold them on Ebay. The money I earned from selling my corks, I sent to Save the Chimps Foundation in Fort Pierce, Florida. My funds have been used to purchase bananas, blankets, laundry soap and toys for the chimps who live at the sancutary.
United States
A group of volunteers will help to renovate (and then maintain) the edible garden using recycled supplies. When vegetables/fruit are ready to be harvested, they will be given to the local zoo, so that the wild animals' food is fresh. Some of the plants include figs, beets, banana tree leaves, corn stalks, and catnip.

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