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Our project will provide opportunities for students to learn about the interdependence of ecosystems as well as how they can be student activists and take steps to make the world a better place, and improve their own community.
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I plan on making the trails open to the public.
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Our project will hopefully stop some pollution from evading our waters. We will hold bakesales, create a video to show, and speak to others about this issue. Hopefully, together, we can stop some of this. If you would like to watch our video, go to https://biteable.com/watch/ocean-life-matters-1382120 now!
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On April 29 we will go and meet at the Myles Standish State Forest headquarters and divide into groups to cover as much area as possible.
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Our project started with our own classrooms. In our 6th grade curriculum, it is required to go outside and research a spot, called adopt-a-spot. With this opportunity, students can make recommendations for habitat enhancement, which will be transferred to our participants for backyard workdays. Backyard Workdays are after-school or during weekends, and all parents students and staff are welcomed. These are days where we work on maintaining the habitats we have already created and reforesting our backyard further,and this way our classrooms can help out with this project. We work on this by planting various native trees and shrubs, adding mulch to our trails, and generally beautifying our backyard.
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First, we need to research and find out what bee scientists know about bee epidemics. We then want to implement strategies that will enable bees to remain healthy in our community and beyond.
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I will go around the city and pick up trash in public places like the park, soccer fields, and other places. I will also attempt to travel and pic up trash and save animals other places, but I might not get to it.
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We would like to save the bees in our Wasatch community. We want to provide a safe place for the bees to live and roam. We would like to harvest and sell honey from our hives and use beeswax in our handwork classes at school. We are a school that uses all of our resources and we would teach the middle schoolers to beekeep. We have a garden and a river on our property, but we do not get many bee visitors.
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My project will be a chance for students to learn more about the plants and the environment. They will be able to have a sense in pride in something that they are getting to create, take care of, and use. The staff and students will be responsible for planting flowers, trees, and shrubs along with researching and learning how to build eco-friendly benches from recycled goods. As a school community, we will turn the underutilized space into a beautiful place to remember a great person and get hands on experiences with nature!
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Cleaning trash and garbage from the parks, dog parks, beaches, schools and some other public areas. Planting flowers, cleaning brush and building/painting benches for public use

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