Norwex Movement – Partnerships
Norwex Movement was designed with one mission in mind: to help create a better, safer world, free of harmful chemicals. We’re a global community of like-minded individuals who want to make an impact on the environment and help create change for the better.
Read more about our current partner below.
Washed Ashore Project
The Washed Ashore Project is a non-profit, community-based organization with a mission of educating and creating awareness about marine debris and plastic pollution through art. Washed Ashore is a project of The Artula Institute for Arts & Environmental Education, whose mission is to provide opportunities to express and teach environmental issues through the arts.
Norwex Salmon Sculpture
At 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide, Nora is one of the world’s largest salmons and likely the only one made exclusively from marine debris. It’s an exclusive creation of Washed Ashore and now part of over 60 art pieces of animals and sea life made from debris and available to tour Zoos, Aquariums and museums nationwide.
The Norwex salmon sculpture frame was unveiled at the 2016 Leadership Conference. Here are some highlight photos.
Exhibit Locations and Dates
2016 Norwex Salmon Sculpture Reveal
Norwex Movement members and Consultants from around the U.S. witnessed the unveiling of The Washed Ashore Project’s latest creation, our Norwex Leaping Salmon, at the Norwex National Conference 2016. Created from marine debris and discards collected the world over, our beautiful salmon will soon go on tour to help spread awareness about the ever-growing problem of plastic pollution in our waterways.
Constructing the Salmon Sculpture
The frame for our Norwex Leaping Salmon sculpture was unveiled at the 2016 Leadership Conference. There, Norwex Consultants helped assemble some of the pieces that would eventually be affixed to the frame. Toward the end of construction, a group of Norwex Leaders visited the Washed Ashore studio in Bandon, Oregon, to put some of the finishing touches on the sculpture. We hope you enjoy our slideshow of the construction process: