Ecuador
El proyecto tiene como objetivo la construcción de una biblioteca con material reciclado, con donación de libros y la integración de la comunidad en la elaboración del espacio de recreación que también incluye espacios verdes, esto se realizará en una escuela rural en la Ciudad de Loja en el cantón Loja.
United States
Fourth grade students will research and identify a variety of books about composting and purchase these books with funds from the mini-grant.
Sweden
We will build as much as we can without buying anything new. For example, we will collect wool from our schools own sheep.
United States
We will have a crew cleanup campus and sort the objects found into compost, recyclables, and garbage.
United States
First, we need to research and find out what bee scientists know about bee epidemics. We then want to implement strategies that will enable bees to remain healthy in our community and beyond.
United States
Materials Used envelopes Craft glue, Scissors, stapler, pen, stickers, crayons, marker pens We collected 32 envelopes from our community . We then sorted and graded them. 4 envelopes could not be used and had be recycled. We used a chart as reference and colored them to specifications Wrote a small message about reusing We then taught a kids in our community about these flags and how to reuse material to make your own distributed it to our community. We also went on the Intrepid and shared our knowledge with campers their WE LEARNT Reusing is important. It’s better than recycle A little time and a tiny amount of effort can help keep our planet earth green. It gave us an opportunity to spread the world about reuse to our friends at the office and in our community. Memorial day being around the corner, it also helped us create knowledge and highlight our navy families 4-22-17 Arihunt and I recruited 6 other kids in this project. We discussed the importance of signals, taught the children how to decode the flags. We had made a little game to test the kids, they were able to guess the word in 22 seconds. We made a new word with signals and tested it on some adults.
United States
First we researched which plants grow in Southern California and which plants attract butterflies. Then we went to our local nursery and bought butterfly-friendly plants, including milkweed plants. We planted all the plants in an abandoned garden that is 150 square feet.
United States
Materials Batteries Envelopes we had made in a previous attempt Craft glue, Scissors, stapler, pen, stickers We collected 288 batteries from our community and the above office. We then collected and sorted all the batteries and checked them for power. Then we packed them in our handmade envelopes which were reused from another study. We then put 6 batteries in each envelope Wrote a small message about reusing And gave it distributed it to our community. We were able to give 47 people battery packs. WE LEARNT Reusing is important. A little time and a tiny amount of effort can help keep our planet earth green. It gave us an opportunity to spread the world about reuse to our friends at the office and in our community. We discussed using rechargeable batteries in the doctors office. Our friends and neighbors were very happy as they got free batteries to put in their TV and video remotes, portable devices etc
United States
The leaders for this session gathered clay, soil, and native seeds. Each member got to form about 8-10 seed balls from the materials. One of the leaders reminded us all when we should throw our seed balls (after the first frost). We then got to each choose a local location that we thought would be a good spot for the native plant seeds. We hope that the seeds will grow into plants that will help sustain a positive ecosystem in our city, especially supporting bees and other pollinators to do their important work.
United States
Our project will teach the principles of Leave No Trace to other Roots and Shoots members and their family members.

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