Litterati exhibit on display at Cafe Zoë in Menlo Park – founder to speak on July 15

by Contributed Content on July 14, 2015

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The  internationally acclaimed Litterati.org photo exhibit is visiting Menlo Park. The exhibit is on display at Cafe Zoë (1929 Menalto Ave) and available for viewing during normal business hours through July 31.

There will be an evening reception on Wednesday, July 15, at 6:00 pm with Litterati founder Jeff Kirschner. He will discuss how the Litterati movement began with a single photo of a cigarette and has grown to over 125,000 photographs of litter from over 50 countries.

Litterati.org and the traveling photo exhibit work to eliminate litter and its impacts on the environment through a growing network of community members who photograph and then dispose of litter that they find in the environment. Litterati.org describes the effort as “using technology to clean the planet.”

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