Limnal Lacrimosa, which opened to the public in July, has reached its final month, and the artist behind it is scheduled to be the first to participate in an Artist Talk event as part of KALICO Art Center’s new Visiting Artist Series
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Researchers at the University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station discovered plastic pollution in Northwest Montana’s largest lake. Their study clarifies where the pollution develops and how it can be limited.