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We will teach children about growing food that's healthy to eat
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Our project will bring food production to our campus, and be a wonderful addition to the freight farm vertical hydroponic farm we will be running near it. It will bridge the school to community gap by bringing the community onto campus. Our project has the added bonus of bringing some interest and landscape to a drab Colorado school landscape! We intend to surround the garden with native flowering plants to bring pollinators, and bird houses to attract bluebirds.
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Focus on a staple of veggies to note how many kids will reach to healthy snack rather than junk food.
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First pick up trash and other litter from the pond making it a better place for fish, turtles and more to live in. Also to pick up any lose fishing line that has been left there because it get wrapped around ducks legs which may be deadly to them.
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We will know if the campaign is successful by the amount of recycling we collect. If it is not a success, we will advertise, promote at ballgames, discuss the negative events of the environment, etc. We want a huge buy-in from Gladden Middle School.
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This project would offer a good environment while pleasing the eyes of walking traffic and providing a visual beautiful eatable in the courtyard.
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Our project will raise funds to pay for homeless people to spend nights at Homeward Bound of Marin. We will do this by having bake sales and baby sitting nights. We also plan to volunteer at Homeward Bound to beautify their garden.
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As part of our Third Grade Science Curriculum, our students observe the life cycle of painted lady butterflies from pupa to butterfly. After observing the cycle, butterflies are released. We do not have an appropriate habitat for them to flourish and nourish. Our project will research, purchase, plant and maintain the appropriate plants needed in a butterfly garden. Students involved in our 21st Century program will do this work under the supervision of their teacher.
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In a food web, everything depends on everything else. A single change can disrupt or even destroy an entire ecosystem. We learned that bee populations are in decline. Without bees to pollinate our plants, we could have a big problem on our hands. That is why our 4th grade classes have decided to work together to be at least a small part in revitalizing bee populations by building a bee sanctuary. Each class has taken on a specific role in the project, and our focus is on making the sanctuary an inviting place for students and community members to visit so they can enjoy nature and learn more about the importance of protecting pollinators. We will define paths in the sanctuary, build simple benches for seating, and create signs that help to educate visitors to the sanctuary.

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