United States
It will provide food for the butterflies and continue the butterfly population. We will plant milkweed and other wild flowers in our backyard and also seed bomb the woods and neighborhoods.
United States
We will be able to educate our friends and family on how the giraffe lives. We will study the habitats, mating behavior and social life of giraffes by observing them at the Bronx Zoo and the Long Island Game Farm as well as watching movies and reading books.
Italy
We’ve discussed with the students about pollution, recycle and reuse, and so the project came out. 1- The students analyse the consequences of the degradation of our shores. They were particularly interested in the animal part so they did lots of researches about dolphins and turtles, since they are the main victims of this decline. 2- Then, a marine biologist of the University of Salento, who is also a member of JGI Italia, joins us in this project. He helped the students analysing a section of the coast, which is particularly damaged because completely exposed to the current of the sea. We obtain a special partnership with a team of scuba divers as well. 3- In May it’s been organized a day for the cleaningup, the students were collecting the garbage on the beach, while the scuba divers went under water doing the same team. 4- They studied the biodegradability of all different type of waste, focusing on the time, and the permanence in the environment. Out from these researches they made up posters, bookmarks and big panels to publicize the information in as many beaches as possible in that area. Another amazing thing they’ve done is that from all the garbage they’ve collected, they’ve created some beautiful designed items, for fundraising for our orphanage in Kigoma.

As regard as the funds, we won a competition announcement from the province, so we’ve fortunately got the financial help from the province itself.
Mali
The aim of this project is to help reduce sands and dust storms in the capital. The actions are therefore for this project to first plant 4000 selected trees in a farm in Sanankoroba until they reach a level. Then move them around the city of Bamako where they will continue to grow while protecting the city from storms.
United States
I will teach my students about environmental concerns, including our growing landfills. The students will use mapping to look for patterns of litter and trash at our school. They will research ways this impacts the environment.
United States
September 2017-ongoing
United States
We are going to help plant trees and plants at the Calabasas MRT. Part of this place burnt down from the Old Calabasas Fire last year. Our hope is to bring the space back to life and remove non native plants invading the territory.
United States
Our project will provide summer roosting sites for up to 300 bats. To begin the project, we ordered the Bat Conservation Internation's student education kit and completed several of the included activities to gain an appreciation for the importance of bats in controlling insect populations in our area. We also learned about white-nose syndrome which is decimating bat populations in North America. We then researched bat house types and selected a single-chamber bat house for our project. We then met muliple times to build and paint the houses. We selected two campus locations based on what we learned about bat preferences and had our grounds crew install the homes. We are eagerly awaiting bats!
United States
To complete this project, we applied for (and received!) two small grants to help with purchasing supplies. We researched and selected the most appropriate structure for our budget. We also met with our cafeteria service in regards to the farm-to-table portion of the project. And, of course, we had a community build date when we raised the structure!
United States
Club members viewed a brief video, How to Use a Paper Towel, and then designed and created signs to hang in every rest room in the school. Signs read, "One Towel" with an environmental conservation fact underneath the slogan.

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