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Our goal is to partner with local organizations to raise awareness and inspire action together!

 

We want to create more opportunities for people to get involved to protect the environment!

 

Even children are able to be involved and learn with a hands on activity! 

 

Environmental Sculptures provide a great way to engage with citizens, increase involvement for cleanups, and keep your city free of debris!

 

 
 

Three ways our sculptures engage and inspire action! 

 

1) Clean! Volunteers participate in a community clean up to collect trash!

2) Create! Participants fill the sculpture with the litter collected!

3) Celebrate! The community gathers to celebrate their efforts and the installation of the sculpture!


Our partnerships are invaluable. 

 

We love working together with organizations that are 

creating positive change in their communities.

 

Here are some of our current partners:

Palmetto Pride

Keep America Beautiful

Keep Horry County Beautiful 

Horry County Solid Waste Authority

North Myrtle Beach Parks and Recreation


We partner with governments, non-profits, schools, and businesses to create

Environmental Sculptures that will inspire local communities to protect the environment they enjoy!

Email us to find out how we can start working together! 


Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
— Margaret Mead

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All citizens of earth use nature's resources.

In the process, we also create waste.  

Most litter ends up in the ocean which is called Marine Debris.

Marine debris impacts not only our enjoyment of nature, but habitats and wildlife as well. 

We have the responsibility to protect the environment we need and enjoy.

 

 Litter from Land can travel many miles to find its home in the ocean.

 

Trash is a common sight washed up on beaches.

These beach scenes are from Waites Island, an undeveloped island on the coast of South Carolina. 

The washed up trash on Waites is a great example of how marine debris travels many miles through the ocean and pollutes the water and beaches.

 

When we are aware of this problem we will

be more careful how we handle our trash!



Protect our home.  

Use art that inspires action.

 
For many of us, water simply flows from a faucet, and we think little about it beyond this point of contact. We have lost a sense of respect for the wild river, for the complex workings of a wetland, for the intricate web of life that water supports.
— Sandra Postel