Learn about microplastic pollution in the Columbia, how microplastics impact the river, and what we can do about it.
- WHAT: Join us for our webinar, “Microplastics & the Columbia River,” featuring research scientist Kirsten Kapp. Learn about microplastic pollution in the Columbia, how microplastics impact the river, and what we can do about it.
- WHO: Kirsten Kapp is a researcher and professor of biological sciences and math at Central Wyoming College. Her research focuses on microplastic pollution in freshwater ecosystems and includes a study on microplastic hotspots on the Snake and Columbia rivers. Notably, she co-authored the recent groundbreaking study that identifies laundry dryer vents as a significant source of plastic microfiber pollution. Her research findings were featured in Forbes Magazine.
- WHEN: December 15, 2021, 12 p.m.
- HOW: RSVP required.
- COST: Free! All registrants will receive a discount coupon code for Cora Ball* and be automatically entered to win a free microplastic-catching Cora laundry ball.
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