Popular calendar title | A different photo of National Parks on every page | Printed on high-quality, FSC certified paper | Features full-color pages throughout
"National parks are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst, wrote Wallace Stegner for Wilderness magazine. Americas National Parks Desk Calendar includes all of our national parks, with a photograph on every page. Filled with magnificent scenery, Americas National Parks Desk Calendar reminds us of the scenic treasures, bliss of solitude, and the inherent wildness to be found in our public lands. Subtle treatment of the days and dates allows for the full impact of each image to be felt. From Acadia in Maine to Yosemite in California, this calendar features the best of America.
Small but impactful, this desk calendar is perfect to brighten up even the smallest of spaces offering a pop of personality and quick monthly reference. Fresh, fun, and exceptionally stylish, this calendar features a built-in easel and is perfect for display on even the most space-challenged desktop, table, or bookshelf. Challenge yourself throughout the year or give this calendar as a gift to a friend.
- Popular calendar title!
- A different photo of National Parks on every page
- Printed on high-quality, FSC certified paper
- Features full-color pages throughout
- Easy tear-off pages everyday
- Includes built-in easel display
- Great as a gift for any occasion
- Stay organized all year
- Perfect for any desk or tabletop
- Available in multiple formats
About Gladstone Media
From the beginning, Gladstone Media has focused on publishing compelling images and stunning photography. By collaborating with talented artists and photographers, Gladstone has grown to offer a wide-ranging assortment of calendars in different themes, sizes and formats. In 1996, Gladstone published the ever-popular aviation calendar, Above & Beyond. Today, Gladstone produces dozens of titles and continues its dedication to producing high quality calendars.
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Many of America's most scenic and historic places have been set aside for the use of the public as national parks. The concept of a "national park" is an American innovation that, in part, grew out of the conservation movement that began in the nineteenth century. When Yellowstone was designated a national park in 1872, it became the first such park in the world. The burgeoning of American national parks reflected contemporary intellectual, social, and economic changes that to a growing appreciation for wilderness and wildlife, a desire to escape the increasingly urban places that resulted from industrialization and the popularization of the automobile. With increased awareness of and sensitivity toward nature, came the desire to preserve some of the most spectacular landscapes and significant historical and cultural sites for the enjoyment of future generations. Americans wanted to visit these places to experience their beauty firsthand, whether they traveled by train, steamship, or, increasingly, by automobile. The national parks of today are public resources for recreation, education, scholarship, and the preservation of endangered landscapes, natural communities, and species. They exist in twenty-five states as well as the Virgin Islands, and include areas as diverse as the "river of grass" that makes up the Everglades, the mountains and valleys of Yosemite, the volcanoes of Hawaii, and the Denali Wilderness of Alaska.