Publik space    975 S W Temple    slc, ut  


EARTH DAY MARKET


may 4, 2019

12-6

 

 

 
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creating connections

Our Mission

The goal of Wild Earth is to create a culture of conscious consumerism.  It is a place where the community can support local artists, learn about current environmental issues facing Utah, and contribute to the ongoing work of our non-profit partner.   This is conscious consumerism.  Each dollar spent on local art results in a donation towards pressing environmental issues here at home.  It's a win-win for everyone.

 
 
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made in utah

Our Artists

Our artists come from all over Utah, but most call Salt Lake City home.  They are printmakers, painters, metalsmiths, and more.  Inspired by the natural world and committed to keeping Utah wild and free, all participating artists donate 10% of market sales towards our non-profit partner.  

 
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Claire taylor art

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mesa

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odd tree pottery

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mom’s stuff

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Lars love letters

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hexeh

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amanda green jewelry

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house of aromatics

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studio wildflower

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alpine earthworks pottery

 
 
 
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non-profit partner

Wild Utah Project

 

Wild Earth Market is proud to be benefitting the Wild Utah Project this spring. Wild Utah Project seeks to bring about positive outcomes for wildlife and lands through science. As long-time, prominent voices within the Utah conservation community, they enthusiastically bridge the divide between scientific knowledge and public understanding by demonstrating collaborative expertise and tenacious persistence.

 
 
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot,
Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
— Dr. Seuss (The Lorax)
 
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