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Below is a list of just some of the project proposals that have been received by our council.

Rachel M.

Brownie Troop 948 made recycling posters and shared them with their 3rd grade class

     
Linda S.

I worked alongside other volunteers and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers planting 12 trees at the New Hogan Lake, Valley Springs, Ca -Coyote Point Camp Ground and cleaning up trash along the shoreline at New Hogan Lake in Valley Springs, CA on September 24, 2011 during the Public Lands Day.

     
Kendall R.

My name is Kendall. I am a Jr. Girl Scout in troop # 2059 located in Meadow Vista, Ca. I participated in Earth Hour on Saturday March 26, 2011. My family and I turned off the lights for 2 hours because we were having so much fun. My brother and I had some friends over that night. We made Earth Hour really fun by playing hide and go seek in the dark with flashlights, making shadow puppets on the wall and playing flashlight tag on the ceiling. We wrapped up the night by telling stories by the fire. Most of these games were perfected when we lost our electrical power for 6 days in 2009. Here at my house, we think it's fun to turn off the TV and turn out the lights. It brings our family closer and adds a new spirit to family fun. Thanks Earth Hour for making our Saturday night more fun while we helped the planet

     
Silvia M.

I tested creek water quality, temperature and clarity for World Water Monitoring Day via the EPA.

     
Jamie H.

We collect bottles and cans from our homes and recycle them.

     
Shannon R.

Our Troop will link up with TerraCycle to form a recycling plan for our school to reduce garbage.

     
Jeannette G.

I Planted more than 100 marigolds at Fairytale Town to complete our "Between Earth & Sky" journey, and to thank Fairytale Town for use of their facility for our bridging ceremony.

     
Kim F.

We have two garden plots at Bean Park Community Garden in Sacramento. Girls and their families planted seeds and plants in early spring and are watering, weeding, and harvesting vegetables. We plan to continue our community relationship with neighbors, other gardeners, and the City of Sacramento Community Garden Organizations. We held some meetings at the garden and plan to incorporate badge awards through the garden.

     
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