We are doing this project to fund a satellite transmitter to track the movement of nesting sea turtles and fund the maintenance of the Lang Tengah Turtle Watch camp. The conservation camp is important as volunteers from all around the world come to help release the turtles safely into the oceans and rescue turtles from egg poachers. All notebooks are uniquely hand drawn with love by Hui-Lin, an avid artist who has volunteered at LTTW for a week in the summer of 2017. All proceeds from the sale of this lovely hand illustrated notebook will fund the conservation works under Lang Tengah Turtle Watch and Roots & Shoots Malaysia Hui-Wen will also be making a short video to document her time at Lang Tengah Island and about the endangered turtles! Once it is done, you can check back on this page to see the link to the video, or alternatively, you can follow our Instagram for updates on our project. For more information visit www.langtengahturtlewatch.org Follow us @lin.and.wen and @lang_tengah_turtle_watch on Instagram
I would like to contact the city counselor and research the costs and gather enough info to prove that this project will be beneficial. I will introduce it to my friends to help me achieve this and contact counselors.
The community of sunny isles will put their heads together and think of ways to help birds like making bird feeders ect.
Our students are going learn about what it takes to make grow and harvest their own vegetables. To do this, we will build and maintain a raised garden bed, learn about different plant, how they grown, and how we can help other's with what we are learning.
Our campers did some research and found a worthy organization in Urban Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitation. This organization treats sick, injured, orphaned, and otherwise distressed NYC wildlife, and releases them back into their natural habitat. For two weeks, campers will run a lemonade stand to raise money, and donate it directly to the organization. We also hope to have a field trip to visit the facility!
I am creating awareness through art work , a picture says more than thousands of words
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-We will launch our drive with a school-wide screening of the great documentary entitled "The Starfish Throwers." -We will ask the 70+ clubs/sports team to take one week to donate (that is 2 per week). That covers almost all weeks of school. The participating sports teams and clubs will drop off the food in our club advisor's room and we take it, weigh it, and put it in our food pantry that we built. We will make bags and we take them weekly to the area food distributers. -We will write grants to pay for additional perishable supplies like bread, or necessary items like pasta, sauce, PB&J. -We will collect donations also at our area grocery stores.
Research on microplastics in ocean and fresh waters, beach sand. Research impact of ocean plastics on marine organisms. Impact of breakdown of plastics into polymers that are human endocrine disruptors, especially youth and pregnant women. Development of a bi-lingual education and action campaign for the broader population. Brochures, Public Service announcements, tabling at Earth Days, parent meetings, health fairs. Students will collaborate with other teams nationally and internationally. Also with Algalita, 5 Gyres, Last Plastic Straw.
Students will learn about creating bouquets, but more importantly, they will bring a ray of sunshine to school neighbors who are shut ins. We will work in teams to pick flowers, find appropriate containers, and create beautiful arrangements to share. We will add cards of greeting created by students. We will deliver the arrangements to neighbors. We will share our message in social media and hope it will inspire others to carry out similar acts of kindness.