West Hollywood, CA United States See map: Google Maps Beautification Landscapes, Trees, and Plants Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 25 3.00 Subscribe to group ...
My students and I have watch a TED talk on the blight that monarchs are facing in the near future. We are sincerely concern that if we don't take action now, that there will not be a future for these insects. How sad the world would be if we as a community can not and would do a little to take part in the whole scheme of saving the future of monarchs. To do our part to save monarchs, we have decided to plant milkweeds for students attending Cabrillo High. The goal is for each student to plant three dixie cup full of milkweed seeds. Once the seed germinates, students will donate one back to our school garden and take two home. Of the two that is taken home, students are to give one away to a neighbor, friend, staff and/or teacher. With regards to the school garden, students will help to build and maintain the milkweed garden at school so that the whole student body can enjoy nature. The school garden also serve another purpose because it allows for me to be able to safeguard and collect milkweed seeds for subsequent years for I intend to have carry on this project for years to come.
our students make card on they write love and peace caution and distributed between our school students and parents
Students make poster and peace cards with catuation after making cards we distributed between our community .
The action timeline for The Thriving Hive Project will be 25 weeks. In this time our group will plant organic, non-genetically modified, Southern California native, drought - tolerant pollinating gardens at local schools and community gardens.
The take action timeline will be 25-weeks. I will do this by working with community members and peers to plant organic, non-genetically modified, drought tolerant, pollinating gardens at local schools and community gardens.
I would like to begin replanting the trees that have been destroyed due to hurricane Michael. This would not only be for Mother Earth but for the wildlife who have lost their homes as a result of this unfortunate incident. I would also like to aid in cleaning up all of the trash and debris that has become a part of the everyday norm around here.
My group of students set up recycling boxes within the school for materials that could be reused for art projects. After months of collection, we would like to use these recycled materials to create beautiful cards, artwork, and placemats to inspire and encourage the senior citizens in our community. We have an aging population and many who do not have family or loved ones close by. Together our club decided to make videos to play on our school announcements explaining the importance of our project as a way to enlist the help from our entire school of 650 students with the project. We are partnering with a local church, nursing home, and Meals on Wheels with the intent to provide approx. 250 pieces of spring art made from 100% recycled materials to each organization to be distributed to their seniors with love from our school. The items will be picked up by members of the above organizations during our April club meeting. Invited to our meeting are multiple community members speaking on the importance of recycling and philanthropy within our homes, schools, communities, and globe.
4th Primary Cordova, CD Spain See map: Google Maps Human Community and Human Condition 20 2.00 Subscribe to group ...