Building something such as a small greenhouse for food production.Campaigning, raising awareness, public speaking and fundraising for a cause that everyone in the learning group agrees is important.Cleaning, waste removal and environmental remediation such as a beach or river cleanup.Community interaction such as a craft workshop, performance, festival or meal at a retirement home.Disaster preparedness such as developing and distributing disaster supply kits.Cultivating and/or preparing food for your community or school.Instructing classes, tutoring and teaching. For example, a student who is a dance instructor for children.Solving or partially solving a problem such as a local environmental issue.Research that determines the extent of a local environmental issue.Drives to reduce, reuse and recycle such as crafting durable versions of things commonly viewed as disposable.Producing gardens and other green spaces to improve community life.Identifying and managing a risk. For example, identifying risks to a local endangered species and taking steps to reduce this risk.
Building / Construction
Campaigning for a Cause
Risk Identification / Management
School / Community Garden