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1. Identify current plants 2. Work with Tree People to replace current plants with drought tolerant California natives
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We have chosen plants that are best suited for our campus. Students will plant in the garden and students will water the gardens once a week or as needed to ensure the plants survive. After the gardens are planted, students will monitor the plants for pollinators.
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We will purchase a rain barrel, decorate it and set it up near our pollinator garden (which is also near a classroom entrance where it floods during hard rain!).
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Removal of invasive plants, except where to do so would disturb wildlife. Planting native plants, especially those used to slow the flow of water and replenish the water table. Inform our neighbors about protecting and stewarding wildlife, such as owls, reptiles (newts and snakes), foxes, and opossums. Work with our neighbors on pest controls that do not harm wildlife. Diminish irrigation. And make what was a blind corner a more visible one for drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and their pets.
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- Advertising our project on the T.V. - Protecting Animals - Cleaning the beaches
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I will make flyers and hang them around so people will see it and come to my clean up also. I will share it on our school site.
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We will calculate our School's water footprint, campaign against water waste, sign a "Water Charter", and put together a recycleable garden.
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This project will hopefully inspire the general public to consider the impact of their actions as well as reduce their pollution into the nearby environment.
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Getting engaged: We will investigate what is a satellite, which materials are used in order to build one and why are the necessary for Earth sciences. Community mapping: We will interview people in our island and ask them how the felt when they saw the oil spill and how it affected their lives and we will write an article expressing their opinion. We will contact the environmental organization of Salamina (PERIVOS) in order to give us a talk about the environmental impact of the oil spill. Taking action: we will build our own satellites, using LEGO We Do 2.0 , we will write code in order to program to move around our inflated Earth. We will try to find data (pictures from the Copernicus / Sentinel satellites) in order to investigate how large was the oil split. Celebrate: We will present our work during the “Astronerds saving the Earth” classroom party.
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The project will help create a self sustaining garden that will have water when there is limited water resources.

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