Magnolia National Park. By Casey Carpenter, Elissa Cleland, and Megan Hoey. Environmentalist. Effects of Construction on Wildlife .
By Casey Carpenter, Elissa Cleland, and Megan Hoey
To prevent animals from running out into the road, our park is going to have a raised road over the rivers surrounding our biome. The slope would gradually lessen into a parking lot where not a lot of the animals are. Trails through the swamps will probally affect animals because like the roads, we are going to have raised boardwalks. This might make the land less accessible for the animals, but it could also make it easier for some creatures to travel from treetops to swamp ground. Not many plants should be affected at all by this.
The normal family that comes to Magnolia National Park will spend about $135. Even if we only have one family come each day, we will be making about $49,275 a year. This doesn’t include refreshments, food, and the gift shop. If we have one family come each day to our park, we will be making about $246,375 every five years.
We will not go bankrupt because we are bringing in so much money each day.
We have a chart that shows us how much money we earn each day vs. how much money we spend each day. Here is an example:
The membership cards are another reason we will not go bankrupt. People will buy the cards, and come back and spend more money on food, drinks, activities, etc.
This is a plan that people are actually using. The plan is basically, you get a decomposible plastic bag that you can place your waste into. You place your bag into a special trash bin.
The waste from the bathrooms will be changed into energy like the ,“Poop to power program,” showed above. The waste is empied out from the toliets, brought to the open area across from out park, and there it is transferred to energy. Our area will look similer to this:
MAGNOLIA NATIONAL PARK