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A three year plan for existing and developing Roots & Shoots Groups from Puerto Rico & the Caribbean . Establishing R&S centers in universities, schools in general and municipalities. Culminating in a gathering of Caribbean Nations in Puerto Rico by 2017 to share common goals and support each others projects. Currently in formation stage with support of public and private university staff & Student groups. Visit University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez ,campus Verde site. (Green Campus.) www.uprm.edu/campusverde If it appears in Spanish hit "Translate this"" button on google. Our website will be added to this location when done. "Compinche" means a gathering of friends.
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By going out and planting your own trees, picking up any litter you may find on the way, and having a vast land that is off limits to deforestation and hunting. This project will create more better food by planting extensively, it will be free of hunting and deforestation by adopting parts of land, will be cleaned up daily, and will make sure that any animal in need will recieve the PROPER attention as needed.
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By going out and planting your own trees, picking up any litter you may find on the way, and having a vast land that is off limits to deforestation and hunting. This project will create more better food by planting extensively, it will be free of hunting and deforestation by adopting parts of land, will be cleaned up daily, and will make sure that any animal in need will recieve the PROPER attention as needed.
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Plant more trees and clean up trash with my friends and family.
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We have weeded and 'sheet mulched' the bed, adding ample compost. We have selected a variety of plants that will attract a wide variety of insects. The next step is finding the plants and planting. We hope to feature 'Showy Milkweed' to attract & support Monarch Butterflies, that once traveled through Oregon on the way to Canada. Years ago the Milkweed was wiped-out and as a result the Monarch migration ended. We hope to be part of the 'waystations' designed to re-establish this migration.

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