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Using a wide variety of dried fruit (figs, dates, apples, raisin, etc.), cherrios, and natural hemp string, we made about 60 necklaces. These were sent to Chimps, Inc, a chimpanzee sanctuary in Bend, Oregon.
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We started by learning about how our vast populations of people have polluted the oceans. In the process we learned about how all life on earth is dependent on our oceans being healthy and in balance. The focus quickly went to the impact of plastics, looking at waste of plastic bags and straws. Through the Students Rebuild project, each "sea creature" we created was result in $2 being donated to protecting and cleaning our oceans. We made hundreds of mostly origami sea creatures, including whales, angel fish, sea anemones, clam shells, and jelly fish.
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The grant would be used to purchase native species of plants that attract butterflies, birds and more with a sense of home! In addition the grant will be used to purchase materials for bird feeders and seating areas. Any additional grant funds will be used for watering cans, materials to make recycled wind chimes, and paint for making motivational signs for children.
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We hope to get a proclamation at City Hall at the first council meeting when the school year begins in September.
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I am a young reporter for Bear essentials News. My goal for this project was for my team and I to meet and be inspired by Dr. Goodall. The lecture was interesting, inspiring and motivational. I learned about her grit as a young lady and determination and dedication to conversation of wildlife. Her mission to advocate and educate the world about the importance of taking care of our planet,ourselves and the wildlife that share it. I hope that my readers and subscribers will be inspired by Dr. Goodall the way I was.
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A group of students researched potential causes of red tide and were shocked to discover that runoff from fertilizers might contribute to increased and more severe red tides, a naturally occurring phenomena. They decided to create a YouTube video to educate other students as well as present to our second graders.
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We will have our students look for evidence of the wildlife already in the area. We will also try to do a numbers research on what and how many animals we see. Then we will set up the area to increase the number of animals. Such as bat and bluebird houses. Our story trail will be used to make citizens more aware of the environment around them. It would be to used to acquire the necessary goods/services to set up the area at our school. We will need lumber etc. to build the houses. We will use our HS departments to help build the houses. We will also need supplies for the story trail including permanent posts with weather safe book slots and books.
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Our project will inform and influence our community on the work of Jane Goodall and what we can do to have a positive impact on the environment. We will present our learning during a school-wide presentation available to the students and staff, family, and community members.
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This is the three-part project : Nature/wildlife observation and conservation for children, mindfulness and growth mindset activities for pre-teens, and a global perspectives program for children of all ages.
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Service projects at local nature centers, wildlife observation and conservation activities, etc

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