Rachel Aston, Jillian Comeau, Madison Cunniff, and Caroline Murphy
The solution to the low recycling rates and the litter on the street, is to educate people on how, when, and what to recycle. In order to accomplish this, we intend to educate people through the creation of lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school students. By creating the lesson plans and teaching the students more about the harms of plastic litter, recycling rates in Worcester could rise and reduce the amounts of improperly disposed of trash on the streets.
Carly Campbell, Anqi Shen, Dylan Snay, and Michelle Zhang
Farmers continue to use synthetic fertilizer because they result in a higher yield and, therefore, higher profit. However, the effects of these chemicals are causing soil quality on farmlands to decrease.
Hui-Xin Emily Chen, Irina Lavryonova, Ryan Lee, and Nicole Petilli
Worcester is in a Stage 3 drought, and needs to save water. We believe educating people about water awareness is the solution. We used pamphlets, interviews, surveys, and research to accomplish this task, and our results show pamphlets are a cheap and effective tool to educate people.
Adam Collins, Zach Huaman, MaryLouise Ross, and Branden St.Jacques
Poster Presentation, Judge’s Winner (2016)
Michael Collins, John Eracar, Cole Flegel, and Madeline Zomb
Elijah Ellis, Nicholas Olgado, Kevin Sifuentes, and Christopher Tillotson
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