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  • My New Year's Resolution for Nature this coming year is to: "See more people riding bikes and less cars driving. If people ride more bikes than drive cars, we will have cleaner air to breathe." - Kaitlin, 5th grade
  • My New Year's Resolution for Nature this coming year is to: "Try very hard to prevent wildfires. If that happens, people's houses won't be burned down, animals would stay alive, and all the animals, insects, and habitats won't be destroyed." - John, 5th grade
  • My New Year's Resolution for Nature this coming year is to: "See more people using compost so we won't waste all the pieces and so all the worms have a home. All you need for a compost is soil and banana peels or apple cores." - Brooke, 5th Grade
  • My New Year's Resolution for Nature this coming year is to: "Stop cutting down trees because if we lose more trees, we lose more oxygen." - Carly, 5th grade
  • My New Year's Resolution for Nature this coming year is to: "Pick up a piece of trash if I see it on the ground and if someone else litters, I will ask them to pick it up. Our world is not a dump and it's clean." - Sharon, 5th grade
  • My New Year's Resolution for Nature this coming year is to: "Recycle paper. We use paper a lot but if we reuse paper, then maybe we won't be killing as many trees. Any paper that you don't need, recycle it." - Kiana, 5th grade
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