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On Earth Day 2019 we are going to visit our local conservation office to drop off materials and also talk to people who come in about the Red Wolf. Then we are headed out hiking with more materials and information to pass out. We will never stop speaking up to help save this species from the brink of extinction. They are losing their habitat and we need to change this. Together we can, Together we will!!!
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We are going to pass our flyers to help educate people about the red wild status in America.
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We will not only learn about growing plants and food, but we will create a garden. This will be the end of the summer project for the science class.
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Spain
Race to Green the Desert started 4 years ago and it will least for all our life now! We have already planted more than 1000 trees in Tenerife. We want this project grows every where in the Planet and involve more and more people with us!
United States
My 2nd Grade students and I will be planting a dogwood tree in front of our school in the city of Passaic. It will beautify the school grounds and brighten up the neighborhood!
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My project will educate other kids at my school on multiple ways that they can create an environment to support bee populations. I will transform an acre of my yard into a few different areas that will appeal to bees. I will take pictures to use in my school presentation and make a video discussing some ways our global food supply would be affected without pollinators and give some helpful facts to show my classmates how even doing a little can help a lot.
United States
We will host a youth rally to share a message of empowerment and support for homeless and fostered youth. We do clean-ups and environmental activity to instill responsible and team building.
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We will be pulling invasive and planting native species to help develop the LAX dunes.
Australia
The Nature Project is a non-profit focused on providing under served youth with the opportunity to experience nature. A collective of like-minded athletes, environmentalists and philanthropists have teamed up to create a fund that facilitates these potentially life-changing experiences for youths from across the county.

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