Granite Oaks Habitat Restoration

  • Location
    Rocklin, California
  • Status
  • Project created by Kitty

The Problem

We students of the Granite Oaks Green Scene Garden Club wish to create and restore wildlife and their habitats. The students of our school are working with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to implement elements of the wild in our school.

Our Plan

The students of Granite Oaks Middle School are working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to restore wildlife and their habitats on campus. We will establish multiple vegetation zones such as woodland, butterfly garden, meadow, water conserving plants, and a relaxation/reading garden, all in which students can relate to their present curriculum and enjoy at their leisure. At this time, we are noting spaces that do not benefit wildlife in any way, and changing them to usable places to serve as homes for endangered species. In January, we will create a plan that we shall execute once the weather permits (March). Once finished we will continue to add new areas and maintain previously made vegetation zones.

Themes Addressed

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