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(NEWS CENTER) -- Sea glass, also known as beach glass, is fun to wear as jewelry and pretty to look at on display somewhere.

But the story behind the glass and how it can spend up to a century in the water, then take on a different form, is something people marvel at.

The Sea Glass Centeris local non-profit that's trying to educate people on the cultural significance of sea glass by raising money for a traveling exhibit.

Danielle Perreault of the Sea Glass Center joined us to talk about the non-profit's kickstarter page.

You can also find the non-profit onFacebook and Twitter.