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Dunkard Creek Art Exhibit

               

As many of you already know, TMI has been a major supporter of a unique art exhibition chronicling the environmental impact of industrial pollution in West Virginia’s Dunkard Creek, a tributary of the Monongahela River which supplies drinking water to nearly a million people.  Recently hosted by the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, the traveling exhibit includes the work of some 90 local artists memorializing species harmed or destroyed by toxic algae bloom in the creek in 2009.  In addition to promoting the Dunkard Creek exhibit on-line and through presentations and receptions, The Mountain Institute has created a video highlighting the issue which can be accessed below.

Related Article: http://www.mountain.org/dunkard-creek

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