What can you do?
Once you have a better understanding of local biodiversity
issues, it is time to take action. With your class, talk with your local government officials, local farmers and community
members about biodiversity. Find out about local priorities for biodiversity and how your class can help. Together, you can decide if it is best to start a community biodiversity garden, clean up a local wetland, teach community members about biodiversity and farming, or something else.
Share your experiences with your family, friends and community members. Encourage them to work with you in helping protect biodiversity.