every week, we would like to organize the activities for school children in the organic farm of RRYMT.com , help them understand the organic agriculture. Everybody can contact us via m.rrymt.com or 4006581300.
Action Plan Overview: 1. Develop plans for the design of the garden *Completed: Students researched native species and designed garden space) 2. Ask permission and seek support *Completed: We have a space determined and have support from the district's buildings and grounds department and from the National Wildlife Federation's Pollinator Garden project. https://www.nwf.org/Garden-for-Wildlife/About/National-Initiatives/Plant-For-Pollinators 3. Collect seeds *Completed: We have collected native plant seeds from our school grounds. Other seeds will be provided by the NWF 4. Seek out additional funding *Completed: We have secured a grant from WPS for a hydroponics system---soon we will be raising our plants in our classroom from seed! 5. Raise plants through the winter and plant in the spring on a portion of the garden along a trail 6. In the main/larger area, we need to herbicide the entire area in August to prepare for the mass seed planting 7. In late September/early October NWF will come out and help us spread the seed as a classroom activity 8. In the spring, the seeds will grow and we will monitor the growth continually---maintenance on the garden will be annual mowing
We have a 20x20 plot in our neighborhood community garden where we're growing veggies, herbs and flowers.
It will make the Abilene Zoo a more beautiful place. We will take out most of the current plants in the existing garden and add newer, native butterfly friendly plants. Our hope is that more people will want to make their own butterfly gardens at home and we're helping them do that by creating interactive activities.
Students will research, design, create and up-cycle bird, bee, and butterfly houses out of readily available materials and/or recyclable materials. In addition, students will research, plan, and create gardens in our school yard and community that promote bird, bee, butterfly habitats. In the spring, we hope to host a sale to sell the plants that we grow, houses that we created as well as hand out informational and DIY pamphlets on birds, bees, and butterflies and their habitats. The proceeds from this sale will be donated to support a local group in our community/city. The students of Room 32 will collaborate, mentor and teach fellow classrooms at our school to create awareness and promote small actions to protect birds, bees, and butterflies habitats and ecosystems as well as inform them on plants they can plant at home to support our little friends.
1. Choose water resistance plants or herbs - December 2. Design the pots - January 3. Purchase materials - January / February 4. Complete in Spring 2018
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Plant more saplings Raise awareness to save water and save electricity I will do it by asking my schoolmates and friends to assist in the club activities.
Northern Arizona University only has a thin-burn study on pinyon-junipers and we would like to perform a more extensive study on thinning practice. Our project will include thinning practices (not burning) based off of forest service guidelines and regulations. The steps will include strategic removal of select sub-populations, the adequate regeneration of new sub-populations, recording of canopy, recording of percentage and type of ground covers, and recording forest ecological responses as well as wildlife responses. Also, the project will include an analysis of naturally disturbed pinyon-junipers.
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This project will focus on trying to reduce the amount of waste and and raise awareness to this horrific problem.
This hydroponic garden would be a conspicuous center for learning and studying certain plants. Students will have the opportunity to observe the daily growth and consume the products. Students will be engaged from platform construction, planting of materials, nurturing of growth, and harvesting the product. Food preparation and distribution will be included. This project will provide a foundation for a lifelong learning experience with the intent to inspire a healthy diet and teach the benefits of environmental sustainability. Hydroponics and Aquaponics is truly the future of farming and our students are ready to be students of this next generation of farming.