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Second grade is researching and designing mini greenhouse to attempt to grow food year round. Our students are in the research phase now. We are planning to experiment with different designs and materials to see which type of greenhouse provides the maximum results. The students will collect data to keep track of temperature and humidity levels inside their greenhouses.
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After we (the kids) grow the seeds our parents use to cook we can donate the fruits and veggies to local homeless shelters.
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We wish to start a community garden, where we would sell vegetables to the local community for very low prices, provide free produce to the homeless shelter next door and harvest seeds to send to countries affected by devastation and hunger. We hope that the profits could benefit our classroom to expand our garden, help other classrooms get involved in the garden and help us unite with the other schools in the building. We want to help students learn financial literacy skills and generate profits for our school so that our students, who may not be able to afford to pay for field trips or classroom supplies, can use these funds to finance the items needed in the classroom. We are also hoping that this garden can help other classrooms' needs, can teach our students about science and the importance of sustainability, and can help the community and those abroad.
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Pinecrest Schools Roots & Shoots group is creating a community co-op garden for the school. The title will be: PVA Sow & Grow. To make our campaign successful, we would like to invite community member to get involved with the co-op garden and training classes. We will share the produce with the community members that participate in the project. In addition, we will be giving a short survey to the participants to share their experience and ideas for us to evaluate how successful the project was.
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We will turn fallow plots into fertile plots with fellow middle school students and join our garden teachers on fun hikes.
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With our 60 community partners working with us we will develop vacant areas of the city for food production plus work in our indoor hydroponic lab to provide food for our food pantry.
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We will work all year round to build Healing Gardens for children with special needs and chronic illnesses
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I wiil advice other people to respect thr beautiful thing that God has giveus
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We will contact all of the schools and introduce the Family Field Everywhere Trip program. The FFET [pronounced "feet"] encourages family members to walk or ride their bikes to the the market, buy items to make a dinner together and/or lunches, live plants to create home gardens, get to know a vendor and learn about their farm and products and/or buy something that they can donate (soap, flowers) to a senior facility or shelter.
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We will plant a garden and over the summer months we will harvest and tend to the garden. Then with the produce grown we will either sell it or donate it to those in need.

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