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Plastic straws collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Plastic debris collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Artist Lisa Bagwell worked with community members to build eco-art sculptures at the Our Plastic Waters clean up and eco-art workshop.

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Volunteer with his River Fish sculpture built from garbage he collected during the Raritan River cleanup held earlier in the day.

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Artist Lisa Bagwell works on a fish sculpture made out of garbage collected from the banks of the Raritan River.

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A variety of disposable plastics were collected during the river cleanp portion of the Our Plastic Waters program and then later used to create eco-art meant to bring awareness to the problem of pollution in the waterways.

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Artist Lisa Bagwell works with a program participant and to create a fish sculpture made from garbage collected during a Raritan River clean up held earlier in the day.

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During the eco-art workshop portion of the Our Plastic Waters program, volunteers and program participants created sculptures from the litter they collected and sorted during the clean up held earlier in the day.

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Our Plastic Waters eco-art program where volunteers and program participants cleaned a section of the Raritan River waterfront and then created sculptures from the litter collected during the clean up.

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Program participant creating forms to stuff with smaller pieces of litter to add fins to his River Fish sculpture.

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From trash to art, this River Fish sculpture is stuffed with littered bottles and cans collected from the banks of the Raritan River.

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Volunteers sorting litter cleaned from the Raritan River waterfront during the Our Plastic Waters clean up and eco-art workshop.

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Artist Lisa Bagwell building a form for a River Fish sculpture as volunteer and program participant Christina Proxenos surveys the trash collected during the river clean up portion of the program.

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One of the River Fish sculptures made out of trash collected along the banks of the Raritan River taking shape during the Our Plastic Waters eco-art workshop.

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Volunteers sorted materials collected during the clean up portion of the Our Plastic Waters program to use as art materials to create "River Fish" sculptures crafted out of the litter collected by volunteers and program participants.

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Plastic one-gallon bottles collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Plastic bottles collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Cans collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Glass bottles collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Balls collected along a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront to be used to build eco-art sculptures by Our Plastic Waters program participants.

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Participants in the Our Plastic Waters eco-art workshop create "River Fish" sculptures from litter collected along the banks of the Raritan River.

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Volunteers creating eco-art sculptures at the Water Is Life "Our Plastic Waters" program.

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Volunteer Christina Proxenos works on one of three "River Fish" sculptures created during the Our Plastic Waters eco-art workshop.

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Volunteer and visual artist Joyce M. works with garbage collected during the Our Plastic Waters Raritan River clean up to turn it into usable art materials for a "garbage art" sculpture.

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Artist Lisa Bagwell working with a Rutgers student and program participant to create a fish sculpture from garbage collected during the river clean up portion of the program.
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