We will be learning about this during our weekly Roots & Shoots after school enrichment time. We will be using Project Learning Tree curriculum to understand more about our environment and the human impact that we have through our everyday actions. We will learn more about what plants and trees are around us and how they help us and how we can help them. We will investigate which plants and trees we need more of to balance our local ecosystem. We will be able to identify what plants and trees we currently have and, if needed, plant additional trees and plants.
I will start by providing education to the people especially students and teachers
Action time is two years,but i will start by providing education to the people. Inorde to creat awereness about my project.
Using Esri and ArcGIS mapping software, I will map the impact, incineration, and health zones that represent areas where people, animals, and the environment would be affected by the compressor station. The map will be printed on a 2x3 foam board, and displayed at a local harvest block party.
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We will work in collaboration with the members of our group to create a proposal for our school to begin a change towards solar energy.
We will present to the City of St. Louis Park a climate report card with a detailed analysis of the cities grades in the four subjects of; Zero emissions plan, Renewable energy, Waste management, and Carbon Removal. We will then ask them to vote on a Climate Inheritance Resolution that is a promise from them to the people of St. Louis Park that they will create a Climate Action Plan.
I wish to get my school and my city involved in planting as many trees as possible for the ENO treelympics!
Our outdoor classroom will become a thriving wildlife habitat attracting and protecting a multitude of urban flora and fauna, including milkweed, hawks, bats, insects, bees, birds, moths, and butterflies to the garden in an area of North Brooklyn with incredibly limited green space. PS 132 students raise money in their annual Penny Harvest and use the funds to give back to the community. Students have consistently chosen to donate a portion of the funds to the Garden every year.
In our little meditation garden at school, we will plant bulbs for spring and summer flowers, as well as some fall plants to attract the insect wildlife that so desperately need our help! We know that Butterflies and Bees are having a hard time of it. We use vinegar and water to spray our precious plants and flowers. We weed by hand, on our knees and have planted all native plants in our garden...We manged to get a couple in Baisley Pond Park, too (all natives)!