Students will research, design, create and up-cycle bird, bee, and butterfly houses out of readily available materials and/or recyclable materials. In addition, students will research, plan, and create gardens in our school yard and community that promote bird, bee, butterfly habitats. In the spring, we hope to host a sale to sell the plants that we grow, houses that we created as well as hand out informational and DIY pamphlets on birds, bees, and butterflies and their habitats. The proceeds from this sale will be donated to support a local group in our community/city. The students of Room 32 will collaborate, mentor and teach fellow classrooms at our school to create awareness and promote small actions to protect birds, bees, and butterflies habitats and ecosystems as well as inform them on plants they can plant at home to support our little friends.
1. Choose water resistance plants or herbs - December 2. Design the pots - January 3. Purchase materials - January / February 4. Complete in Spring 2018
We will start with cleaning out the pond, removing metals from the ground, and reallocating rubble to sculptural uses. Additionally we will renovate existing buildings into classrooms and art studios. Careful records of plant and animal species will be logged.
My initial goals for the project are to identify the key issues that prevent peaceful resolution to human conflict.
Transformation of the communities
United Arab Emirates
Plant more saplings Raise awareness to save water and save electricity I will do it by asking my schoolmates and friends to assist in the club activities.
Northern Arizona University only has a thin-burn study on pinyon-junipers and we would like to perform a more extensive study on thinning practice. Our project will include thinning practices (not burning) based off of forest service guidelines and regulations. The steps will include strategic removal of select sub-populations, the adequate regeneration of new sub-populations, recording of canopy, recording of percentage and type of ground covers, and recording forest ecological responses as well as wildlife responses. Also, the project will include an analysis of naturally disturbed pinyon-junipers.
I feel very sorry for banana farmers so I wanted to create a partition to email to lots of local supermarkets to show them that the people don't care about the shape and size of bananas they buy. If they take this on board I could change the amount of waste caused by bananas that aren't the right shape pr size.
We will have protective bin(s) with donated pet food for those unable to afford food for their pet in our community. The first bin is located in a well-lit area close to the bus lines at the front of a veterinary clinic. They will be able to take what they need from the bin freely, any time of day or night.
We are collecting recycled cardboard boxes and holding painting parties.