Join TerraPass and the Pacific Coast Farmer’s Market Association for a recycled art competition in the San Francisco Bay Area


In honor of Earth Day we are encouraging Bay Area residents to reimagine how we all manage our environmental impact.


Join us this weekend at Pacific Coast Farmer’s Markets to start taking small steps like shopping locally and learn how you can do more by calculating your carbon footprint and balancing your impact with carbon offsets. Get inspired by seeing how local artists reimagine recycled materials into works of art. You can vote for your favorite and enter for your chance to win the artwork or other great prizes!



Danville Farmer’s Market

Saturday, April 11
9 am-1 pm

Fillmore Farmer’s Market

Saturday, April 11
9 am-1 pm

Belmont Farmer’s Market

Sunday, April 12
9 am-1 pm

Inner Sunset Farmer’s Market

Sunday, April 12
9 am-1 pm



Please check back on Saturday


Winner’s Announced

Castro Farmer’s Market

Wednesday, April 22
4-8 pm



Interested in participating as an artist? Show off your skills by competing by yourself or as a team to create a recycled art piece in any medium. You’ll join us the weekend of April 11-12 at a Bay Area farmer’s market to collect recycled items for your work of art. You can start your project ahead of time but you’ll have three hours at the farmer’s market to incorporate recycled material from the event—and get as many votes as you can! Then you’ll have a week and a half to round up more votes online and the winners will be crowned April 22 in San Francisco. The first, second and third place winners will receive a cash prize—and bragging rights!


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About TerraPass and this contest


TerraPass is an environmental sustainability company whose mission is to bring together a community of individuals and businesses with tools to fight climate change. We help everyone take action to reduce their carbon footprint by supporting emission reduction and renewable energy projects throughout the United States.


We’re hitting the streets… or more accurately, the farmer’s market alleys… to get the word out about what we do, and why we do it. We’re offering a new way to take action with a product designed specifically for Bay Area residents. It will take many different actions from people all over the world to combat the effects of climate change but we can start right here in our own backyard. Join us!