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Ecology Club

Ecology Club

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Ecology Club
2009-2010
 
Some Exciting Plans and Initiativesfor this School Year 
Composting of Cafeteria waste both from the preparation of foodand student-generated wasteExtensive recycling of a greater variety of products, including but notlimited to electronics, power bar wrappers, cds, computers, andpossibly tvsRecycling competition will be held as part of house challengesOur very own T-shirts, made from recycled content and/or organiccotton, displaying Ecology Club’s own design, which will be used inpart as a fundraiser Involvement in Hawken’s expenditure on food and maintenance;Organize an Earth Day program – this can be in the form of a Housechallenge. We can use this day as a Field Day or as a Earth-Community Service day.Connect with the Cleveland environmental programs to take part inInform the school on environmental issues on a regular basis, aswell as inform students of our standings as a school in the GreenCup Challenge
 
Composting/VermicompostingOrganic Waste
One of Hawken’s largest problems is organic wastegenerated from the White House Cafeteria.
 This includes all the waste from kitchen preparation (i.e. egg shells, fruitpeels, etc.) and food scraps from students. Hawken can compostgrains, fruit and vegetables that students of not eaten. With a littleeffort, the Ecology Club can help recycle these products back into theenvironment. This would require us to do a few things:During the Spring and Fall, a schedule will be maintained for studentsto help in the composting effort after or before school. It will notrequire much time, but will need consistent involvement from EcologyClub members.In the Winter, we will be collecting and storing organic waste to becomposted in the Spring, when decomposing will take a more rapideffect on the food.Teaming up with the Circle W Garden will allow us to provide rich,fertile soil for them to use in growing vegetables and fruits.

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