United States
We are working with and volunteering for a non-profit animal welfare organization in our community through a Tricky Tray to raise funds to help them find responsible homes for healthy unwanted dogs and cats, and to educate the public about responsible pet ownership.
United States
On April 29 we will go and meet at the Myles Standish State Forest headquarters and divide into groups to cover as much area as possible.
United States
We started by thinking about what issues we wanted to take action on and after voting, we decided to create flower gardens around the school's outdoor learning center. We scouted out the areas we wanted to plant the flowers first. then we researched the kinds of flowers that will grow in the southeastern part of the USA. Being in a coastal town, we have sandy soil and humid summers with lots of sunshine. With that in mind, we bought flowers including day lilies, wildflowers that attract hummingbirds and butterflies and wildflowers that will grow in the shade garden. Next, we dug up the garden beds and loosened up the soil. We added the flowers, flower seeds and supplements for the soil. We gathered pine straw from under the nearby pine trees and spread it over all the beds to help retain moisture. Plus, it made it look "finished". Finally, we spread some of our "910 ROCKS!" around the school campus which have painted messages of positivity on them. We have been watering the gardens almost daily. The day lilly garden is doing well. The shade garden and zinnias have also sprouted and we are excited to see what flowers were in the wildflower fragrant mix!
Portugal
Oeiras, Lisboa Portugal See map: Google Maps Human Community and Human Condition Pets and Domestic Animals Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
United States
In project you will make toys for your pets and spend more time with them.
United States
Several of our environmental club members gave speeches at the rally before the March for Science. Our speeches raised awareness about our Student Climate Change Resolution, and spoke about the importance of quality science education for high school students. After the rally, our members went to the the Mormon Tabernacle to speak at an interfaith environmental stewardship event. They talked about the value of stewardship as Mormons, Buddhists, Lutherans and other denominations.
United States
Our project will help reduce the amount of water we will be using in the community, by using drought tolerant plants.
United States
I'm currently researching information about the various local soup kitchens. I will be contacting them shortly to coordinate the visit. I will also invite the students from my school to participate.
United States
I will prepare and deliver donation boxes at local businesses to collect menstrual hygiene products such as pads and tampons. I will also advertise Project: Pink by sending out press releases, distributing flyers, and using a social media hashtag to raise awareness about this project, which might help us gather more donations.
Czech Republic
The aim of our project is to promote the importance of wildlife in our local areas and ways in which we can encourage wildlife into our local area.Such as bird and bat boxes, hedgehog and butterfly feeders and wild meadow flowers.

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