Going Hog Wild in Martin County is a Imagine Martin project. By assisting individuals, groups and fellow nonprofits in the create of visual & performing arts, this nonprofits is a beacon for artistic endeavors throughout Martin County. To learn more click on their logo!


GHW Unveiling / Phase One & Two

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CLICK HERE to learn about the first unveiling!


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CLICK HERE to learn about this unveiling!!


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GHW Phase Three Unveilings

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Title Sponsors 

GHW Committee Members

These Imagine Martin Board Member stepped forward to serve on the GHW Committee. To learn more about this committee and the Imagine Martin board click on this photo.


Former GHW Committee Member

Alex Young Willams was one of the original members of GHW Committee for Phase One. From the beginning he embraced the GHW concept and without hesitation devote his time & talent to the project. He was truly instrumental in the success of the first phase of GHW.


Martin County EDA assisted in GHW's marketing strategy.

Joshua Schuetz - Community & Business Development Specialist has been invaluable in strategizing the direction of GHW.



We were honored to receive a grant from the Scheeckle Foundation for Phase Three of Going Hog Wild!

SVJ produced all the hogs for GHW

SVJ located in Kellogg MN manufactured all 100+ hogs that became part of GHW. To learn more about them click on this photo.



Designing Signs manufactured all the displays for GHW.

DSI also generously transported, housed and provided a working environment for our artists to prepare the hogs.


Visit Fairmont provided the GHW maps. 

Visit Fairmont generously designed & produced maps enabling our citizens & visitors to our community to find the physical location of each of the hogs.