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Need Big Idea for Green Club
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April 1, 2010
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Our green club has been pretty successful in raising money. We probably raise close to $1,000 a year. I'd like to put a portion of that money towards completing some sort of "large" project. One example would be a teaching garden so kids can learn about plants and animals. Any other ideas (less than $10,000)? I bet we could get some grants or donations to suplement money raised directly by the club.

April 3, 2010
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I think a teaching garden sounds like a fantastic idea. Here in Berkeley, we also have a project where the kids grow food, learn about nutrition, and how to prepare the vegetables that they grow.

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