Plastic Tides: The Canal

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The Plastic Tides team is currently paddling from Ithaca to Albany to raise awareness about pollution from plastic microbeads, which have been found in lakes and rivers in upstate New York. They plan to finish their trip on November 19 in Albany County where microbeads have recently been ...Read more

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