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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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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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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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All of the plastic litter pictured here was collected from a small section of the Raritan River waterfront during the Our Plastic Waters clean up and eco-art workshop held as part of the Water Is Life Initiative.

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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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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 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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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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Bird mobile by artist Lisa Bagwell, constructed from pens, recycle wire and other plastic waste, on display at the Our Plastic Waters exhibit during the Water Is Life exhibit series.

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Caterpillar made out of bottle tops by artist Lisa Bagwell on display at the Our Plastic Waters exhibit during the Water Is Life exhibit series.

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Cheese and crackers made out of plastic waste by artist Lisa Bagwell at the Our Plastic Waters exhibit during the Water Is Life exhibit series.

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Raíces Cultural Center director Francisco G. Gómez collects litter from along the banks of the Raritan River, later to be used as art materials for "garbage art" sculptures in the Our Plastic Waters eco-art workshop.

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Student volunteers going the extra mile to remove plastic pollution out of a feeder stream along the banks of the Raritan River.

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Middlesex County Conservation Corps coordinator Griffith Boyd helped with the logistics of the Our Plastic Waters cleanup along the Raritan River waterfront during the Water Is Life initiative.

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Volunteer cleaning along the waterfront of the Raritan River as part of the Our Plastic Waters EcoArt Workshop in the Water Is Life Initiative.

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Volunteers cleaning a quarter mile stretch of the Raritan River waterfront as part of the Our Plastic Waters EcoArt Workshop in the Water Is Life Initiative. After the cleanup garbage collected was sorted and transformed into eco-art sculptures.

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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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Program participants of the Our Plastic Waters event first volunteered to clean up a section of the banks of the Raritan River and then work with artist Lisa Bagwell to create community sculptures from the garbage collected in the clean up.

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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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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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The River Fish sculptures were made out of litter collected from the banks of the Raritan River during the Our Plastic Waters river clean-up and eco-art workshop.

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Tray of doughnuts made out of corks, plastic utensils, straws and other plastic waste by artist Lisa Bagwell on display at the Our Plastic Waters exhibit. This exhibit was part of the Water Is Life exhibit series held in Highland Park, NJ,…

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Local resident Paul Sauers enjoying the opening reception at the Our Plastic Waters exhibit during the Water Is Life exhibit series artist reception. Sculptures pictured are ducks made out of wire and single use plastic utensils by artist Lisa…
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