Fresco created by Ane Carla Rovetta and Mrs. Rozoff’s fifth grade students. Each student researched and recreated an indigenous animal of the Hamilton Wetlands on a mural tile. Every part of the mural is made from recycled materials, including the paints and glue which were created from the milk protein, Casein. Even the fresco plaster is designed to leach unhealthy hydrocarbons from the air. The purpose of the mural is to promote an understanding and appreciation of this fragile wetlands ecosystem which is slowly being restored after the breaching of the Hamilton levee in April 2016.