Bat Houses - Research bats and the benefits they have to our community, research bat habitats, suitable locations, construction materials. Present information to the Town Parks and Rec department and request permission to have bat houses placed in parks. Construct bat houses materials and install. Research began Sept 2015 Presentation to Parks and Rec took place on Jan 28, 2016 Bat House Construction will happen March 2016 Installation will happen April 2016
We want to raise awareness about endangered animals and all of the small changes that you can make to your day to day life in order to make a big difference. We want to run an exhibition to showcase all of our knowledge and raise money to adopt an endangered species!
I already have a classrooms excited to have me come in and share my work and answer the questions of the students. I have a links from the conference that I am continuing to share on social media. I have a short video segment of my work on youtube. The goal is not to reach the mass public but to share a one on one educational experience with young people to inspire them to change the world.
Our project will create a garden space that provides a variety of seasonal vegetables. The garden space will be attached to cooking classes that will introduce community members to new healthy recipes. To increase the butterfly population in our community, we will plant a small butterfly garden!
Build awareness by handing out flyers and putting up posters. Reach out to bird conservation agencies and interested private groups. Contact local politicians to get their support. Investigate the suitability of our local mountains as potential peregrine falcon habitats. Attempt to have the Canadian Wildlife Service introduce new peregrine falcons into our area. Monitor the peregrine falcons by way of webcam after they have been introduced.
The action time will be continuous because the aim of project is to make sure the environment is safe through all year of this project.
Charlemont is becoming a sought out place to go for outdoor recreation. They offer rafting, biking, hiking, downhill and cross country skiing, fishing and many other outdoor activities. Unfortunately when you drive through the Main Street, is run down and needs some reviving. We feel our project can help bring the beauty back to Charlemont.
The project will begin today. We are researching what other schools have done as well as what are native, drought resistant plants. We will consult with the plant manager in the next two days on the project idea, existing irrigation, implementation of the replanting, and hopefully will be able to plant the first week of March so we will be ready for March 10th's open house!
Our wish for this project is to have all of the animals in our zoo be given larger habitats to live in.
THE PROJECT WILL TAKE ALMOST 10 YEARS ASKING THE GOVERMENT TO PARTICPATE IN REINFORCING THE THE SOCIETY TO MAKE SURE EVERY FAMILY PLANTING SOME TREES TO THEIR AREAS.