The Trees for Life Calendar and Engagement Diary for 2009 are now available
The latest editions of our acclaimed calendars and diaries are now on sale now
These high quality publications feature outstanding photographs of the world's trees and forests, combined with detailed, well-researched text about the areas which are depicted. Trees for Life receives a royalty on every copy which is sold, so buying the calendar and diary is a great way to support our practical forest conservation work. Both titles are printed on recycled paper made from 75% post-consumer waste.
2010 diaries/calendars available from end of September 2009.
Trees for Life Calendar 2009
This beautiful wall calendar provides a unique annual celebration of the richness and diversity of our planet's forests. It combines 13 large and 12 small full colour, high quality photographs of trees, forests and their wildlife from around the world with information about the state of the forests in each featured country. The 2009 edition also features an inspiring and articulate essay entitled 'What the Trees Taught' by Richard Caniell, who is a founding member and director of the Valhalla Wilderness Society, one of the most effective conservation groups working to protect the old growth forests in British Columbia, Canada. This year the calendar features images by leading nature photographers from countries such as Colombia, Canada and Cambodia, as well as closer to home in the Caledonan Forest in Glen Affric and on Trees for Life's Dundreggan Estate. The calendar measures 30 x 33 cm (12 x 13 in) when folded, opening to 66 cm (26 in), including plenty of space to write in appointments etc.
Trees for Life Engagement Diary 2009
Our engagement diary provides an unrivalled collection of images of trees from around the world each year, and the 2009 edition is beautifully illustrated with photographs from 33 different countries, from the Bahamas and Burma to Colombia and Cambodia, as well as the Caledonian Forest in Scotland. It also includes an evocative and inspired introductory essay entitled 'The summer woods of a Highland home' by Sir John Lister Kaye, who is a well-known author, naturalist and founder of the Aigas Field Centre in the Highlands. Other features include information about many of the areas depicted, a glossary of forest types around the world, a list of tree- and forest-related sites on the World Wide Web and contact addresses for conservation groups in the areas featured in the photographs, all of which combine to make the diary both highly informative and eminently practical. The diary measures 16 x 23.5 cm (6 x 9 in).
Our 2008 Diary was selected as one of the "Ten Best
Diaries of 2008" by The Independent newspaper.