Pooka Rice, outreach coordinator with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, shows off jewelry Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, made with pieces of plastic debris removed from local beaches near Cannon Beach, Ore.
Pooka Rice, outreach coordinator with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, shows off jewelry Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, made with pieces of plastic debris removed from local beaches near Cannon Beach, Ore. Daily Astorian via AP Colin Murphey
Pooka Rice, outreach coordinator with the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, shows off jewelry Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, made with pieces of plastic debris removed from local beaches near Cannon Beach, Ore. Daily Astorian via AP Colin Murphey

Artists create jewelry from Haystack Rock beach plastic

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