Tidal Shift at Westwood Public Library

Tidal Shift Installation at Westwood Public Library (photo: Tricia Perry)

Participants of all ages joined the Tidal Shift workshop on Saturday at the Westwood Public Library. We created over 30 jellyfish from used plastic-bags and used fishing line. Come see the Tidal Shift installation in the main atrium of the library in support of the Westwood Bring Your Own Bag Month. Take a closer look at the plastic bag jellyfish and see how plastic bags appear to be the choice food of sea turtles up close, then walk up the stair to follow the school of jellyfish as they float up to the second floor.

Choosing reusable bags instead of plastic bags is one simple way to help keep plastic pollution out of our environment and oceans – learn more with our TidalShiftPresentation

Tidal Shift Workshop (photo credit: Claudia Paraschiv)

Westwood Environmental Action Committee (WEAC) and the Westwood Select Board have designated May as Westwod’s official Bring Your Own Bag Month. Say “no” to single-use plastic and paper bags, bring reusable bags instead when you shop. It’s a simple way to save trees and keep plastic bags out of the oceans!

Tidal Shift Installation at Westwood Public Library (photo credit: Claudia Paraschiv)

Contact us to bring Tidal Shift to your community in support of Plastic Ban Legislation and Plastic Pollution Education.

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