Today Norwex® Chief Brand and Mission Officer Amy Cadora talks with Washed Ashore Conservation Education Director Brad Parks.
Washed Ashore is a nonprofit studio that has been making art to raise awareness about plastic pollution in our oceans. Since 2010, Washed Ashore has collected about 35 tons of garbage from Oregon beaches to create 86 eye-opening sculptures (and counting)!
Learn about the fascinating history of Washed Ashore and how a journey that started with founder Angela Haseltine Pozzi is now making a difference worldwide.
Brad shares the story of Washed Ashore’s art-centered mission and gives some tips on how we can take action to protect our waterways and oceans from plastic pollution.
Learn where you can see exhibits of these charismatic sea creatures and how Washed Ashore may be coming to a community near you.
Follow Washed Ashore on social media and discover how you can spread the word about reducing plastic in your circle of influence. Challenge yourself to reduce plastic in new ways!
Please share this podcast with anyone you know who’s interested in reducing plastic. Remind them that they too can make a difference!
In Alaska months and saw the salmon spawning it was amazing yet so many washed up on shore and just died that’s the sad part