New 2019 Calendar — This Land Is Your Land
The movement to preserve America’s most remarkable wild spaces and to establish an endowment for future generations began in the 1860s. Visionaries recognized that these lands and historic places should be protected and cherished for all — “we the people” — to experience. Our connection to these public spaces is especially precious as the modern world creeps ever closer to eclipsing our natural and cultural treasures. Just as past generations endeavored for us, we, too, must think of those who will follow us and maintain this pact of preservation for centuries to come.
The experience of being in nature can rejuvenate the soul. As we look up from our devices and pause from our busy lives, we can reconnect to the awe and brilliance of the world around us. Take a twelve-month tour of these public lands, guided by images from photographer Tim Fitzharris and words by some of the most influential American naturalists and thinkers.