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The Clark County Green Neighbors Program was developed and is maintained by Clark County Solid Waste and Environmental Outreach to assist citizens with developing more sustainable lifestyles and building a strong environmental community in Clark County. Solid waste regional planning and programs are a cooperative effort of Battle Ground, Camas, Clark County, La Center, Ridgefield, Vancouver, Washougal, and Yacolt. Funding for this project provided by a grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology.

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2021 Recycled Arts Festival "Meet the Artist" Video Series


The Recycled Arts Festival has brought the spirit of the annual event into Clark County homes with a video series showcasing local artists. Known for its eclectic vibe, it is dubbed the "hippest, most eco-conscious" festival in the region. Artists display creations made of items that would have otherwise gone to the landfill to educate and excite Clark County residents about waste reduction, reuse and recycling.

The "Meet the Artist" video series celebrates creative reuse of local artists. Thirteen recycled-materials artists opened their studio doors for an insider look at how and why they use recycled materials to create distinctive works of art.

More than 130 artists are featured on the Recycled Arts Festival website's vendor listing. They sell items such as metal and glass garden art, sculptures, mosaics, jewelry, clothing, furniture and wall art made with a minimum of 75% recycled content.

Windy Hill Weavers

Windy Hill Weavers uses selvage, the trimmed edges of Pendleton blankets, to weave unique and vibrant rugs made of recycled fibers

Trial By Metal

Trial By Metal father-daughter duo source discarded rusty metal to transform it into fountain sculptures, garden screens and more.

Tossed and Found

The Tossed and Found exhibit at the Recycled Arts Festival draws patrons in with its enigmatic presentation of furniture, toys, musical instruments and more. These items were destined for the landfill and plucked from the dump to emphasize how much we throw away that could have been donated or reused.

Meet the artists and explore the Art Vendor Listing:

  • Consciously Crafted Jewelry
  • cutegirlcreations
  • Fire Sphere Fire Pits
  • Half Moon Farm
  • Jason Pickering Studios
  • jul
  • Metal Creation
  • Mindy's Beer Gear
  • Recycle with Soifer
  • Ruby Solei Studio
  • Trial By Metal
  • Visionary Voltage
  • Windy Hill Weavers
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