United States
Students will read closely and synthesize information learning how to apply what they have read to day to day routines to become more mindful of what we need for our environment. Three times weekly students will read articles and discuss how they can implement some of what they have learned.
United States
Organized volunteers to meet and clean up a local beach.
United States
In collaboration with SOLVe (a state wide volunteer organization- solveoregon.org), we organized a work party to remove invasive plants from a hillside and growing in the understory areas. The event was publicized statewide and members of the public were encouraged to participate. We also hoped to weed a butterfly wildflower garden, which has milkweed plants growing in it.
United States
First, I will look alone for any obvious dangers to clean before the students are exposed. Then, I will educate about the the dangers, and use leather gloves, rakes, wheel barrels, and what is needed to make the outdoor classroom safe. My 4th grade students will measure and design the landscape to plan and read about what creatures and bigs survive in a high-dessert climate. They will use IPADS and field note notebooks to collect such data. We will recognize the established habitats and will not disturb them. Students will use power saws to build and assemble benches, design information plaques that explain about the existing habitat and what is necessary to keep them safe.
United States
We have started to plan it and make posters advertising to our school to come. Also we are asking the science teachers if they will offer extra credit if people to come as an incentive.
United States
Our project will provide food, water, mud (for butterflies to suck nutrients from), and shelter (plants should be different heights as well as varieties.) We also want to attract other native insects, moths, and other butterflies to our garden.
Canada
We will map the current area and photograph areas requiring change. We will find out how much these changes will cost and repair damage.
United States
Keep Delaware beautiful by picking up trash along roads and the Brandywine Creek.
United States
We are going to use our knowledge of 12 local birds to go on bird walks and record the number of birds using our habitat. Since we cleaned up the area, we are going to compare the number of birds on the bird walk. We are going to continue to study the birds by sound and sight so we can identify them correctly. We hope to help birds in our community thrive by keeping the area clean.
Canada
Through the "Adopt-A-Street" Program with the City of Surrey, Olio Childcare is now responsible for ensuring the cleanliness of 1.5 km of streets near our childcare centre. Our staff will volunteer their time to participate in this project.

Pages