Gyre Cleanup Project with Rich Owen

Aloha! I’m blogging from Santa Cruz, California today, where Rich Owen is holding a meeting at the restaurant CHOCOLATE where a group of ten people are discussing ways to create funding, resourcing and publicity for the Gyre Cleanup Project. Some of you who may have been following my blog during the 2007 Harmony Festival, where Rich did the very first Gyre Cleanup Art Project to draw public awareness to the huge, Texas-sized waste dump in the Pacific Ocean.

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Rich is passionate about “doing something” about this completely ludicrous situation we’ve gotten ourselves into. His philosophy :: It’s our mess, let’s clean it up! I agree!

Coming Soon:

Gyre Cleanup Benefit Concert

Featuring Blane Lyon and Top Maui Musicians

Saturday, January 31, 2009 – 8:00 PM
Iao Theater, Wailuku, Maui, HI

$20 Suggested Donation

The Historic Iao Theater is located in the heart of old Wailuku town in central Maui at 68 North Market Street

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About Laura Fox

Laura Fox, host of Visionary Culture Radio, produces events and media to assist in The Shift.
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One Response to Gyre Cleanup Project with Rich Owen

  1. Aloha World

    I invite you to bring what you have to the table. It took a world of people to create this mess, it will take a world of people to clean it up.

    With an estimated shelf life of 700 years, plastic in our oceans will not go away by itself. The damage that is being done to our food chain is unbelievable. The marine life is eating plastic, we are eating plastic.

    Each one of us do make a difference.
    Join the Environmental Revolution.

    Aloha
    Rich

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