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Ever since my mom taught me how to knit, I have enjoyed making items such as scarves, hats, and blankets! My goal is to combine my love for knitting with my passion for wildlife conservation by knitting and selling scarves to raise money for the Jane Goodall Institute! I will begin by knitting a sufficient amount of scarves to begin selling. From there, I will approach local businesses and attend local fairs to sell the scarves. All proceeds from the sale of the scarves will be donated to the Jane Goodall Institute!
United States
In order to combat environmental illiteracy and apathy, the Bioma program makes use of engaging hands-on activities, such as building a shrimp hatchery or surveying macro-invertebrate densities in a stream, rather than focusing on conventional lectures or textbook learning. We decided early on that the educational program throughout our schools should not involve our direct oversight, but rather allow local autonomy for students and teachers to incorporate local elements and choose how they would learn. By doing so, the program was able to nurture the students’ innate creativity and sense of responsibility, something that the rote memorization approach that characterizes many classrooms today would not have encouraged. The success of this approach can be seen in the student’s proactive approach towards designing and running their own projects; the fundraising, youth fishing programs, and stream surveys were all conceived and run by program graduates. The Bioma curriculum was designed to facilitate genuine interest and curiosity in material. Instead of quizzes and textbook readings, the Bioma approach encouraged classroom discussion, hands-on learning, and student autonomy. At environmental expos, the group held live demos of critters under microscopes and created a touch tank stocked with native species instead of a conventional powerpoint, while in classrooms, students are encouraged to build and shape things with their hands, something that most Bioma teachers have never recalled doing often in past courses. Through Bioma’s technical workshops, such as the virtual reality or disasters simulation project, students can craft and create their own projects based on interesting things they can discover, leading to an innate curiosity and better retention of the knowledge that will serve them for years to come.
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Place solitary bee hotels in specific , private places in the community. Current locations are Lacy Park, The Old Mill, and Oak Knoll Drive. Working with the head arbor to gather research information to provide back to the cities park and recreation department. The research is to document if it’s possible to establish this specific type of bee in our community and if they can survive.
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This project will allow students to examine wasted rain water locations on campus, research options to improve the use of this wasted water, as well as, design and implement functional environmental friendly solution on campus. Students will improve our garden experience by designing landscapes that harvest this excess rainwater.
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We are creating a memorial tribute victims of gun violence and also a public mural in hopes of being a deterrent to interrupt acts of violent crimes futuristically. The theme of mural is inspired by the Smithsonian African American Museum in Washington DC
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We would like to: 1.Clear any trash off of our beaches 2.Plant flowers and grass 3.Brighten areas in our community that need some TLC
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Mandatory state testing causes unnecessary stress in children. I want my class to partner with another class to provide them with various encouraging thoughts that they write/draw as well as a treat.
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Students, parents and teachers will complete this project as one of our service learning activities for the year.
Tanzania
It help to conserve the environment and this will be through recycling of the waste by turning them into a usefully one.
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My project will inform the public about the negative environmental impacts of firearms and ammunition manufacturers. In order to do so, data will be collected from the ECHO EPA Database and will be analyzed in many different ways.

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