"I hope the bottles speak to people," Pregracke said. "And I hope it does a good enough job to tell the story, so they get it, and they look deeper into the issues of pollution and littering. If you were just to have an exhibit on garbage in the rivers, I don't think people would be compelled to walk across the room and take it all in. But here, it's an invitation to learn more about our rivers. And it's something I hope will stay with people."
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