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In a food web, everything depends on everything else. A single change can disrupt or even destroy an entire ecosystem. We learned that bee populations are in decline. Without bees to pollinate our plants, we could have a big problem on our hands. That is why our 4th grade classes have decided to work together to be at least a small part in revitalizing bee populations by building a bee sanctuary. Each class has taken on a specific role in the project, and our focus is on making the sanctuary an inviting place for students and community members to visit so they can enjoy nature and learn more about the importance of protecting pollinators. We will define paths in the sanctuary, build simple benches for seating, and create signs that help to educate visitors to the sanctuary.
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To accomplish our project we will plant more grass on the bare spots and plant flowers that need very little maintenance and water. We will also clean up the area by pulling weeds, picking up sticks and trash. Our project will make that area look nicer for people to look at and enjoy.
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I will plant native Texas flowers that will attract hummingbirds and butterflies, which will give them a safe place to eat and rest.
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Little Rock, NH United States See map: Google Maps Beautification Landscapes, Trees, and Plants Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 1 Subscribe to group ...
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I have already created the flower beds where I will plant my herb garden. It already has been weeded and sprayed for fire ants, it just needs small gravel for adequate water drainage and new soil that is healthier and adapted specifically for herbs. Then, I will plant my herbs! I have not yet researched the different climate/soil needs each plant will require, so I have yet to finalize the list for the seeds that I need to purchase. My tentative list of plants is basil, cilantro, oregano, parsley, rosemary, and possibly even sage or dill. It all depends on the different needs of the plants, as the area I am planting in is mostly shady, and the Texas "winter" is coming in a few months. Knowing these things, the list could either get shorter or longer. Once I plant my seeds, I will water them every day, track my progress, and wait for them to grow to maturity!
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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.
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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.
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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!
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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.
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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.

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