The Recycled Materials Art Competition is always a highlight of our year, filled with outstanding entries from local students all over Marin County. Judging was incredibly challenging, as we received a number of beautiful and creative entries. We would like to congratulate and thank ALL of our entrants for joining this year and demonstrating how creative problem solving can help us achieve a sustainable future.Read More
My name is Nicole Fuches, and I am a rising sophomore at Redwood High School in Larkspur, California. I spent a large portion of my free time this summer interning for Novato’s PaperSeed Foundation, and I cannot think of any other way to have passed my time.Read More
Our First Annual Recycled Materials Art Competition was a huge success, and we are grateful to the many teachers who participated!
The range of inspired projects was astounding, from twisting paper branches to surrealist portraits made of cardboard; robots made of old tin to colorful sculptures. Suffice it to say, we were impressed!Read More
Turning trash into treasure, or recyclables into art, has the power to transform the way we think about the things we so frequently discard. So many items that might see a second life through recycling are often sent to landfills.Read More
CellMark employees always embrace and anticipate opportunities to give back, which include volunteer days, school supplies drives, and most recently, a Giving Tree. For the second consecutive year, PaperSeed’s California Committee partnered with the Fairfax-San Anselmo Children’s Center (FSACC) for the Giving Tree program.Read More
While the PaperSeed foundation operates on a global scale, seeking out non-profits in underserved and resource lacking areas, PaperSeed Local committees tackle issues closer to home. These committees are made up of several employees from each of the major CellMark offices around the world, and they enable PaperSeed to impact even more lives.Read More
The need for adequate childcare is more critical than ever. For many parents, the reality is that if there is no affordable childcare available, one parent works reduced hours or doesn’t work at all. This has a ripple effect on the family’s economic viability, which can limit access to nutritious food and sufficient medical care.Read More