Sue Norman's 2014 Calendar is chock full of beautiful colors and scenery. If you love a variety of flowers, animals, and scenery in your calendar, then this is the one for you. Makes a great gift... More > for any occasion.< Less
If you like trees and fossils, this is the calendar for you. Learn about the internal structure of ancient trees. Some fossil woods are beautifully preserved and show anatomical details that allow... More > studying their relationships to present-day woody plants. Each month features a different fossil wood locality or woody plant group.
Dates for Arbor Days around the world are provided to ensure you never miss an opportunity to celebrate trees (and their wood - secondary xylem).
Profits from the sale of this calendar go to support fossil wood research and curating the InsideWood web site. http://insidewood.lib.ncsu.edu< Less
Changing Your View combines stunning visual images with inspirational quotes to challenge you to "change your view" and create possibility! It will leave you and those who receive it... More > feeling hopeful, energized and in awe of nature and our world. All photographs taken by Joy Goldman.< Less
2014 Calendar by Creation Source Images - Ohio and Beyond
Features beautiful pictures of Ohio, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, and Savannah, GA scenes.
10% of each sale goes to... More > Parkinson's Disease research.< Less
At 6,288 feet above sea level, Mount Washington is the tallest peak in the Northeastern United States and infamous as the “Home of the World’s Worst Weather.” Since 1932 the... More > nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory has operated a weather station on the peak’s barren summit, observing and recording some of the most remarkable weather in the world. The member-supported institution invites the public to join in the adventure through the purchase of this calendar, signing up of our day and overnight trips, workshops, weather station tours and more. Learn more on MountWashington.org.< Less
This calendar presents pictures of bald eagles from the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio photographed by Rod Flauhaus over the course of 12 months. Includes pictures of baby eagles and a special... More > picture of a baby eagle landing after its first flight. A portion of proceeds go to a local rescue center.< Less