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BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

We painted parachute for the planet. It was a great experience and I learned about organizations at GW that do environmental work.

Gave 2.00 hours on 12/01/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

I sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 1.50 hours on 11/29/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

I sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 1.00 hour on 11/27/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

I sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 0.50 hour on 11/19/2018 with George Washington University
Oxon Run Community Clean Up & Mosaic Workshop

We created mosaic of native species. I made a salamander I was really proud of. It was a really fun experience and I'd never been to that area of DC which was great to see. (I added half an hour for transportation)

Gave 3.00 hours between 11/09/2018 and 11/10/2018 with BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service, George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

I watered the plants and planted tomato seeds! I learned that I should only put 1 seed in each pot, because more than 1 seed means we have to change the pot to a bigger one two early. I also learned that the more compressed the soil is, the easier it is for the seed to latch onto it and grow.

Gave 1.00 hour on 11/02/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

I sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 1.00 hour on 10/30/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

I sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 1.50 hours on 10/22/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

Today, I watered the plants in the beginning and then sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 1.50 hours on 10/19/2018 with George Washington University
BISC 1007 Food, Nutrition, and Service

Today, I planted wildflower seeds! To do that, you have to put sifted soil in small plastic pots and put a pinch of wildflower seed inside it and cover it with more soil. Because these seeds are supposed to grow everywhere, there isn't a need for precision. Then I sifted soil that had been used to grow plants, and prepared it for reuse. The used soil has to be sifted because it contains remaining plant parts in it. The plant parts need to be removed before the soil can be reused, so it is an important part of the process. It is also very time consuming!

Gave 2.00 hours on 10/16/2018 with George Washington University