United States
In this project we will try our best to not eat/use any palm oil on Fridays. We will research how palm oil effects our environment and then spread the word.
United States
On Earth Day 2019 we are going to visit our local conservation office to drop off materials and also talk to people who come in about the Red Wolf. Then we are headed out hiking with more materials and information to pass out. We will never stop speaking up to help save this species from the brink of extinction. They are losing their habitat and we need to change this. Together we can, Together we will!!!
United States
We are going to pass our flyers to help educate people about the red wild status in America.
United States
My project will educate other kids at my school on multiple ways that they can create an environment to support bee populations. I will transform an acre of my yard into a few different areas that will appeal to bees. I will take pictures to use in my school presentation and make a video discussing some ways our global food supply would be affected without pollinators and give some helpful facts to show my classmates how even doing a little can help a lot.
United Kingdom
Evesham, WOR United Kingdom See map: Google Maps Landscapes, Trees, and Plants Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
United States
We will plant 4-5 pollinator gardens around Lexington in public areas. These will be in places that the public can enjoy them, but they will be focused on providing natural and native environments for bees, other pollinators and butterflies. We will make the spaces between 3’x3’ and 10’x10’. We are working with experts at native plants to ensure that we have the right plants, and the right combination of plants for each season. We will place signs at each garden to explain to the public what we are doing and to make sure they are aware of the current struggles and habitat losses that bees and butterflies are going through. We will also make sure that these are pesticide free spaces, and try to educate others about the use of pesticides.
United States
I’d like to educate classmates on the importance of bees, what life would be like without them, and which areas around their houses and farms can best be used for bee sanctuaries including which types of plants are best for continuous blooming. I’ll also be turning an area of my own families property into a bee sanctuary and taking pictures to show a visual how to guide.
United States
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.
Canada
Delta, BC Canada See map: Google Maps Landscapes, Trees, and Plants Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
United States
Students want to support butterflies, especially Monarchs. They will plant a variety of milkweed seeds, as well as butterfly bushes, which they will nurture until it is time to add them to our school garden and our home gardens.

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