Pawperties Board Game

Exploring the Social Dimensions of the Rip Current Hazard

A project in Charlottetown, Canada by Summer Locknick

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The outcomes of this research will be the basis for new management strategies to reduce the number of drownings related to rips.
Backers: 36
Average Pledge Per Backer: $168 CAD

Funded: $6,030 CAD of $6,000 CAD
Dates: Apr 18th -> Jun 17th (60 days)
Project By: Summer Locknick
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June 16th - via:
Thank you all so much for your donations, we've officially met our goal! I could not have done this without everyone's support. I want to also thank MEOPAR and the Fathom Fund for the support they've given me over these past few months. If you have... (Read More)

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