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Five North Coast Otters Public Art Initiative Sculptures Installed 

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The North Coast Otters Public Art Initiative otter sculptures are being delivered and ready for the ultimate North Coast scavenger hunt. 
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Student Assistant Ben Sparks and HSU Wildlife Proffesor Jeff Black deliver Maureen McGarry's otter to the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust gallery.
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Michelle Kunst, program and project organizer at the Land Trust, joined Jeff Black to look over Maureen McGarry's otter location.
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Amanita Mollier's otter is prepped for installation at the Trinidad Bay Eatery and Gallery by Ben Sparks and Prof. Jeff Black.
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Jeff Black paused for a photo as Amanita Mollier's otter was ready to head into temporary storage to wait for its display site location to be ready at the Trinidad Eatery and Gallery.
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Next stop, for delivery of Donvieve's otter by Prof. Jeff Black and Ben Sparks: the Trinidad Art Gallery.
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Jeff Black and Trinidad Art Gallery member Elaine Y. Shore placed the otter just inside the entrance.
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Annie Reid held H2Otter, the healer as Jeff Black installed the base platform.
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Jeff Black and Annie Reid with H2Otter, the healer just before moving it into Murphy's Market in Trinidad.
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H2Otter, the healer is located just inside the west door at Murphy's Market. Jeff Black and Annie Reid join store manager Nelson Fagundes as H2Otter, the healer is installed in Murphy's Market.
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Rachel Ristine's otter was delivered inside the Seascape restaurant by Ben Sparks (left) and Jeff Black.
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Grant Roden, Seascape and Pier manager, and Seascape staff person Jess Hoone welcomed Rachel Ristine's otter to the restaurant.
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A collage of the different art on several North Coast Otter Art Initiative otter sculptures.
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A collage of the different art on several North Coast Otter Art Initiative otter sculptures.
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A collage of the different art on several North Coast Otter Art Initiative otter sculptures.
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Jeff Black paused for a photo as Amanita Mollier's otter was ready to head into temporary storage to wait for its display site location to be ready at the Trinidad Eatery and Gallery.

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