Multnomah Pollinators

  • Location
    Los Angeles, California
  • Status
    Active
  • Age Level
    8 to 10 Years

The Problem

We have chose the problem of decline of pollinators. The problem we are addressing is: How can be meet the need of assisting pollinators in our community? The group will approach the problem by becoming informed in what are pollinators and the role that they have in our community at hand and in large. How do pollinators affect us and why they are needed. Once we have investigated their significance we will then determine what is the best way to support pollinators. We will brainstorm the possible measures we can take to increase the production of pollinators and support their propagation in our community and environment that we support. The approach that the group will take to alleviate this decline is by increasing the vegetation in the are and community with plants that are essential for pollinations. Students will learn practices at home which will benefit pollinators. Increase the quality of pollinator habitat with pollinator friendly techniques. Educate the group of the connection between pollinators and their function i nthe ecosystem.

Our Plan

The group will know if the project is successful by counting the number of community members are informed about the problem and given the possible solutions to the problem. The number of people will be counted to demonstrate the effectiveness of the importance of pollinators. Second, the members will count the number of plants that exist that contribute to the propagation of the pollinators. Also, members will count the number of plants and vegetation the group has planted to promote the pollinators

Themes Addressed

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    Animal Welfare
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    Climate Change
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    Community
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    Community Enhancement

The Benefit

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    Environment
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    People
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    Animals
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