Effect So Far

August 21, 2021. The fish form, playfully named Scrappy, contains the first 250 pledges. Can you find yours?

Scrappy is installed in conjunction with SeaChange:  Meditations on Sustainability, an art exhibition by the Elemental Collaborative Group at Highfield Hall in Falmouth, MA through October 31st, 2021

People are attracted to Scrappy. Enter Highfield and find the video in second-floor South Room to participate

August 19, 2021, at the Ecotarium. Justin Roundy, an intern from Clark University, is using his slide presentation for a discussion/activity module with campers.

Playing the recycling game at the end of the workshop.  Teams had to run, choose a piece of trash and put in either trash or recycling boxes.

Justin reviewing with children which items can be recycled.

The workshop helps kids discover what they can do to keep sea creatures healthy and their neighborhoods clean.  They then are able to write realistic eco-commitments on plastic and hang them on this dolphin.

The snowball gains force: a 10-year-old Phillipino girl requested an interview.