Local photographer and eco workshop facilitator Star Nigro has developed a traveling, mural project with help from the talented youth of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County's RAPP (Relatives As Parents) 4-H program. The participating artists created the mural concept, and a quote to represent their gift to the community; "No matter our differences, we always have something in common." Earthday Everyday was created using everyday objects and recycled materials. Each artist was given a panel made of recycled pallet wood to decorate in their own style. When placed together, the individual panels create a unified image. Earthday Everyday won first place at the Ulster County Fair, along with a ribbon for outstanding exhibit at the New York State Fair in Syracuse.