Sierra Club Wilderness Calendar 2021 (Calendar)
The original nature calendar and a bestseller for over thirty years, the Sierra Club Wilderness Calendar once again sets the standard with its breathtaking images of America's wild, natural beauty.
Each and every spread of this monthly wall calendar features a unique, large-format photo of one of our nation's most spectacular wild places. For 2021, these include:
• A majestic mountain in an Oregon national forest
• A stunning seascape off Jupiter Island in Florida
• An abundant field of wildflowers on California's Carrizo Plain
• A lush red-rock desertscape in Nevada
• A magnificent primeval rainforest in Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve
• And so much more
This is a calendar you'll be proud to own—and proud to give. In fact, it's the perfect holiday gift for everyone on your list, since one size fits all and it's sure to be appreciated. Best of all, a portion of the proceeds from sales goes to support the Sierra Club's work to preserve and protect the planet.
Great care and only top-quality materials go into the production of this exceptional Sierra Club wall calendar, which is printed by one of the preeminent lithographers in the world. The deluxe "wire-o" binding allows it to lie flat against the wall—unlike stapled calendars—and the photos and grids are printed on heavy-weight, acid-free, Forest Stewardship Council®–certified paper containing a minimum of 60 percent postconsumer waste, processed chlorine free. FSC® certification guarantees that the virgin component of the paper has been sourced from forests managed in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.
About the Author
The Sierra Club is America's largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization, with more than 3.8 million members and supporters and some sixty chapters across the country. In addition to helping people from all backgrounds explore nature and our outdoor heritage, the Sierra Club works to promote clean energy, safeguard the health of our communities, protect wildlife, and preserve our remaining wild places through public education, lobbying, legal action, and volunteer-driven activism.