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I know this won't be easy, so I must educate myself well on the habits of wolves and facts about them. I will have to expose myself to other sanctuaries and facilities (even if I do not agree with how they go about things) to gain insight on what it's like to care for them. Reaching out to zoos and organizations with handfuls of questions about these beautiful creatures is at the top of my list and hopefully by the end of February 2017 I will have all of the information I need on them. The next step is to learn about the laws (such as zoning, taxation (aka filing as a nonprofit), and safety) and researching attorneys I can come in contact with who will help me should anything go wrong. Then I will reach out to veterinarians, even try to meet with some to gain insight on what to do in x-y-z situations. Once I settle on property I will look more seriously in a handful of vets that will aid me. Next is looking at property (once I calculate how much land I need). When I have an idea of the size of land I need, I will need to find land that is somewhat close to a city yet far enough away. I will most likely have to hire a realtor to help me with this as Google searches will make it a lot harder. Finally, I will have to build a large barn. This would be more for housing sick/hurt animals and a place to put an office. I imagine I will need a place to keep files, licenses and a computer while I'm there. This would also double as a storage area for any food/first aid. Obviously the real last step is finding out where to start getting these animals, as zoos would be my first guess yet I'm sure there are hundreds of more places I could get them from. This will probably be the last part of my research as it's less complicated than any other step. I am also going to need money (and lots of it) to start up this project. I imagine myself starting up a GoFundMe page for a lot of it. I have many other plans to gain income as well, however. I hope that by doing this I could save many animals and maybe one day set some free back into the wild. I want it to become normal for them to be roaming around this great big continent!
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Donate to my page to fund elephant protection, make it known that we see the violence and we want it to stop. My national hashtag is #SavetheElephants post it everywhere. Stop this before its to late.
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We will plant many butterfly and bird-friendly plants (mostly flowers and hopefully some that attract our native monarchs!) and create a sitting area as well as artwork and a peace pole showing the community that this is a quiet area for personal reflection. Many birds visit our garden when it is just me but when students (who can make a little more noise come) many of the birds and butterflies leave so we are hoping to have the back park be a silent area that will attract birds and butterflies all throuhgt the day.
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Our goal for this project is to create a new system in our community that will allow humans and animals to share our environment, operate sustainably, and support any endangered species. By planting native and drought tolerant plant species, our group will help sustain the native habitat of the Santa Monica Mountains, combat invasive species, and restore food supply for animals, who are currently starving due to drought in California. Our group will meet bi-weekly to collaborate on ways to alleviate stress caused by the severe California drought. We will promote sustainabilty, create easy-ways for members of our school and community to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle, reduce our carbon footprint, all to protect our fragile environment and preserve it for the future.
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The students will create a folk art inspired clay sculpture or paintings of a chosen endangered animal. Prior to creating their clay sculptures, the students will learn all about endangered animals and possible solutions to save these animals by raising funds and donation them to the World Wild Life Fund, ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) and Jane Goodall Institute. Each student will select one endangered animal to research through visits to our school library. In groups based on their chosen animal, students will work together to create a poster about their endangered animal; spreading awareness to their school and community. The students completed posters, paintings and clay sculptures will be available for sale in exchange for a donation at our school’s fundraising events. Proceeds from the fundraisers will be donated to the World Wild Life Fund and Jane Goodall Institute.
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This Project is to go to places around Puerto Rico and show this Documentary and raise money for Sancturies of Puerto Rico.
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I will put up videos! Not give to any organizations that test medicines on animals (i would like you viewers to do this too)! I will also protest on this very sight and across the internet! And do you know why I will do this? Because animals are just as intelligent, magnificent, and beautiful as humans!
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On Saturday, 16 April, NY is a Great Place to Bee! Worker Bees will teach 62 girls from Kindergarten through 5th grade (and some of their parents) about bees, how they live, why they are important, what is threatening them, and how we all can help at an Earth Day celebration at Camp Addisone Boyce in Tomkins Cove, NY! There will be interactive games to learn about bee communication such as pheremones and how honey bees communicate by dancing, and there will be a honey making activity that involves girls pretending to be bees gathering "nectar" (water) and "pollen" (yellow pompoms) from specially designed "flowers." There will also be a presentation to the whole gathering on ways to help bees, so they can pick their "Way to Bee!"
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Project Next Generation, an international youth organization, holds tuition-free social science workshops for middle school students around the globe. Project Next Generation workshops are centered around: -Volunteerism & Leadership Development -Environmental Conservation -Science, Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) -Journalism -Aviation & National Security -Cross-Cultural Understanding & Peacemaking -College Readiness -Diplomacy & Global Citizenship
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Roots and Shoots classes runs once a week. Every week the kids will learn about different animals and why they are getting extinct. After every class, the kids have to write down what they've learnt in the computer and talk about it on video. By the end of the 2 months, the video will then be put together to create an Endangered animals awareness video and it will uploaded on youtube for other people to see.

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