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In our meadow, we will plant native plants which are used to our area's weather and rainfall. It's 50 feet long and about 33 feet wide, and will have a path to walk through the meadow. Then we will place signs to show the different plants and why the help, and signs teaching about the different pollinators, and why they are important.
Snakes and forest ecosystem: Exploring knowledge of Indigenous communities of Nagarhole National Park
An activity to explore their skills at identifying snake species. An interaction consisting of many questions, in order to learn what they know. Then an exchange of knowledge by teaching them about proper identification and treatment for envenomations.
EDUCATE all people in our community and beyond about the importance of keeping Wolves, including the Mexican Gray Wolves and American Red Wolves on our landscape. Education is the key!
Our project will research and share information on Monarch Butterflies and Hummingbirds, while creating a hands on environment so our fellow classmates and school community can learn about these amazing creatures, while enjoying native plants that help support their existence.
The garden will give our amazing teachers a living classroom filled with real examples for their life-cycle, biodiversity and adaptation lessons. We will weed, lay weed cloth add free mulch from our local high school, then with the children's help add pollinator friendly plants that are local to our area. We would love to plant Milkweed to help the Monarch butterfly's, Dutchman's Pipe for the swallowtails and many other plants to help our hardworking pollinators.
Wolves and other wildlife are important to us. Over the last 40 years they have been recovering in places like Great Lakes, Rocky Mountains and the Southwest. Its a very important conservation process and has been a slow growing success. But...It is not complete. US Fish and Wildlife is threatening to end protection for the wolves in the lower 48 states. I want to grow up listening to the wolves howl in our landscape. I want my future children and grandchildren to also hear these wild howls. Wolves deserve better.
Our 4 Goals: 1. Reduce and Recycle our plastic bottles and cans. 2. Use reusable straws or paper straws instead of plastic. 3. Cut the plastic drink holders. 4. Create ART about the animals we are trying to help.
Students will research and learn about endangered and threatened wild animals and create posters, bookmarks and 3D printed frog necklaces to teach other students about the animals.
Sponsored bike ride Sponsored silence Cake sale Sponsored swim Sponsored non uniform day (dress up as an animal)