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green living


action Artists Work to Save Nature’s Beauty by Avery Mack


ART that inspires


Eco-art creatively highlights environmental sustainability issues and sparks possible solutions.


Improve your Fitness and Health Today!


Judy Liu is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance, a RRCA


Certifi ed Running Coach, an American Council on Exercise (ACE) Certifi ed Fitness Instructor and Integrated Health Coach. She offers several group and private sessions at different studios in Cary.


For more information, please visit www.strenuacoach.com or like the Facebook page Strenua LLC.


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ounts Botanical Garden, in Palm Beach County, Florida, hosted Washed Ashore: Art to Save the


Sea, a thought-provoking traveling exhibit featuring giant sea creatures made entirely of marine debris from beaches. “It graphically illustrates the amount of plastic pollution in our oceans and waterways,” says Curator and Director Rochelle Wolberg. Te exhibit in- cluded Grace the Humpback Whale Tail, the Marine Debris Anemone, Priscilla the Parrot Fish, Flash the Marlin, Water Bottle Jelly, Sebastian James the Puffin, Lidia the Seal, Hugo the Humpback Whale Tail, American Sea Star and Musical Seaweed. Take a look at some of them and check for current exhibit locations at WashedAshore.org. In Mechanicsville, Maryland, ex-iron


and steel worker Steve Glorius repurposes scrap metal into natural world and fantasy art sculptures of ocean creatures that also inform about endangered wildlife. His works have adorned museums, restaurants, galleries and giſt shops. Debbie and Mike Schramer, owners of Fairy House Vintage Antiques and Art,


courtesy of Steve Glorius


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