Pint-Sized Science: Ghost Net Landscape

Join Tualatin Riverkeepers and Emily Miller for a discussion of her environmental art project, Ghost Net Landscape.

Portland-area artist Emily Miller's Ghost Net Landscape is a project that takes discarded fishing nets and turns them into art. While fishing nets don't originate in our rivers, other ocean pollution often does. At this event, we'll talk about the interconnectedness of our natural landscapes, and take a look at the different ways we can all be environmental activists.

This event will take place March 11th at 6:00PM via Zoom. Registration is required in order to access the link. While this event is free, donations are always encouraged to support the work of Tualatin Riverkeepers.

Register Here!