Wyland Foundation eco-jewels benefit conservation

The Wyland Foundation has a line of eco-friendly marine-life pendants in gold, platinum, and silver. Free of lead and nickel, made with recycled metal and natural stones. Hand-crafted in SoCal: https://wylandfoundation.org/product-category/jewelry/

All proceeds directly support the Wyland Foundation‘s annual educational campaigns for clean water and healthy oceans. Participants can win thousands in eco-friendly prizes at www.mywaterpledge.com through August while learning about conservation and their water footprint https://mywaterpledge.com/resources/water-footprint-calculator/.

Marine-life artist and conservationist Wyland, National League of Cities, Pitbull, and mayors nationwide kickoff Wyland Foundation’s 9th nationwide campaign for conservation. The program, which was postponed in April due to coronavirus, encourages residents across America to make small changes in their lives to better manage our water resources and improve the health of our ocean, lakes, rivers, streams, and wetlands.

“It’s more important than ever to maintain smart habits that support the health of the world around us — especially when it comes to our water and air, “ said marine-life artist and conservationist Wyland. “If Covid has taught us anything, it’s that we can change behaviors for the benefit of everybody.”

Everyone is invited to share how they are doing their part with hashtag #mywaterpledge. Examples include:

  • Instead of plastic water bottles, I switched to reusable containers. #mywaterpledge
  • I helped clean up my local beach this weekend! #mywaterpledge
  • I biked to the store instead of using my car. #mywaterpledge #airquality
Gregg Hamby, left, and Laguna Beach artist, Wyland, work together to recreate the first of Wyland???s 100 whaling walls on a giant canvas adjacent to his gallery in Laguna Beach on Monday, July 15, 2019, 38 years after he first painted the mural on the Hotel Laguna. Hamby has worked with Wyland for over 20-years and his art director. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG)


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