Popular planner title | Printed on high-quality paper | Features full-color pages throughout | Includes all major and significant holidays
This handsome spiral-bound monthly planner, which covers July to December, is illustrated by reproductions of National Park WPA Federal Art Project posters or newly created posters in the WPA style. Full-month views are preceded by a separate page for notes and important dates. Includes multi-year views; international dialing codes; time differences; tables of weights and measures; zodiac signs; and to-do list pages. This planner is perfect to carry and easily helps to keep track of important dates, contacts, and other events at a glance. Each calendar month is easy to glance at and see what responsibilities you have coming up, so make sure you stay organized through the year! Personalization is easy with different colors for appointments and trips, add stickers or stickie notes for a quick reference, or create your own system of symbols and abbreviations.
- Popular planner title!
- Printed on high-quality paper
- Features full-color pages throughout
- Includes all major and significant holidays
- Carefully curated images throughout
- Give as a gift for any occasion
- Stay organized and on track all year
- Great for families, students, and professionals
- Perfect to carry all year
- Available in multiple formats
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Ziga Media, established in 1986, publishes quality-crafted illustrated calendars, monthly planners, journals, greeting cards, books, and puzzles in the areas of natural history, travel, animals, art and architecture, military history, cultural history, and transportation. We consider each title a work in itself, carefully combining images and design to create a product that is useful, engaging, and informative. Our titles are illustration-driven. Carefully chosen imagesfrom live nature and travel photographs to vintage historic images and eye-catching graphicscover a broad spectrum of subjects, allowing us to offer products that provide all the practical information that should be included in a calendar presented in an attractive and convenient format. Ziga Media is pleased to collaborate with licensors that include the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; World Wildlife Fund; the Museum of the City of New York; Mystic Seaport, The Museum of America and the Sea; Kim Parker Home; Ranger Dougs Enterprises; and Greenpeace. Our Explore the World® series of travel and nature calendars are available in wall, mini wall, and engagement formats.
Hectic life? Get and stay organized! Organize your days and make time for yourself with one of our planner calendars. Monthly planner calendars keep you organized throughout the year. Conveniently sized and designed with care for those who want a handy method of organizing their days. These appointment planners come in weekly or monthly views in a wide selection to fit your own personal style. Daily, weekly, monthly, academic, 12 and 16 months whether you want something for school, work, your family, your clients, or keeping track of your goals we have it all. Express yourself by adding stickers, washi tape, and sticky notes. Or, create your own system of colors, symbols, and abbreviations for quick reference. Make each planner your own and plan out your week for special dates such as birthdays, anniversaries, doctor appointments, class projects and more. Offering more than a dozen features, these planners are all in one with as a planner and notebook. Stay on top of your busy life and never forget an appointment or risk being late to that important date.
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.
For 35 years, the WPA-era posters promoting the National Parks had disappeared into history. Then, in 1973, a Grand Teton poster turned up destined for the park burn-pile. It was this poster that piqued the curiosity of seasonal park ranger Doug Leen, and a 20-year effort lead him to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, where 13 black-and-white negatives survived in the file drawers of the National Park Service archives. These negatives and the single poster, then the only one known to survive, were the templates used for reconstruction of this set.