We will do send out a Survey Monkey to members of our community to evaluate their knowledge about the dangers of pesticides and hormones in our children's diets. We will assess how children feel eating a typical diet that contains GMO's, hormones, and pesticide treated fruits and vegetables. We will educate the families to change their food purchases and eating habits. At the end of our campaign we would resend the survey to evaluate the change in knowledge as well as the change in health of the members.
This spring the children will visit Heartland Farm Sanctuary, a caring farm for injured farm animals. The children will learn what foods the animals eat and help prepare their meal, as well as feed them. They will visit the animals and learn about what they need to get healthy. They will also learn first hand about some of the medical treatments for the animals.
This spring the children will visit Heartland Farm Sanctuary for injured farm animals. They will learn ways animals get hurt, how they are cared for, and more about the needs of all farm animals. The children will bring animal grain with them to the farm sanctuary and learn how to feed the animals, what the animals need to live, and ways they are medically treated for their injuries.
First, we were struggling with searching any local environmental problems. We've based on 4 problems which are exist in our region.
This project helped to introduce the students, families and their friends to one another, try new dishes and talk about new and healthy ways to eat. It also started conversations about our environment as the park and weather was so beautiful.
My project will raise money through lemonade stands and art sales and we will sell the things we don't need any more, clothes. old toys and books. I am a pescatarian who hopes to raise focus on animal rights and create a smaller carbon footprint. By decreasing our dependence on animal protein, by becoming a steward of the environment and wildlife, I hope to help stop deforestation and decrease the amount of carbon being released into the atmosphere.
The children will attain a recipe for the treats from the sanctuary and bake special healthy treats for the farm animals in February. They will take a field trip to the sanctuary and feed some to the 50 or more injured farm animals, and tour their facility. This close up interaction with the animals, as well as the information learned on the tour will teach the children more about the value of domesticated animals. The children will learn the needs of animals are similar to their own.
It will provide food and shelter for birds during cold days. We are going to be using basic tools and wood for the house.
Our scholars and volunteers will be walking/running for a cause! We will walk/run for one mile around the neighborhood and at the end of the event, our scholars will be able to throw color dust on themselves, their friends and teachers! Scholars will be paying to walk/run, however there will be expenses such as water, color dust, t'shirts and snacks.
Retraining the farmers ,Ensuring that farmers have built good poultry house as required.Getting eggs from a reliable source to hatc h using the automatic egg incubator and then brooding the chicks for one month before starting distributing them to farmers.These will take six months for all the activities to be put in place.