“This is a celebration of time and its infinite manifestations. It marries the sun and the moon to feathers, rime and starfish.” - Paul Hawken

2014 ECOlogical Calendar

  • 2014 ECOCal (lo-res)

Limited quantities of 10th anniversary calendar still available!

Chris Hardman’s revolutionary ECOlogical Calendar – like nature itself – marks time by the seasonal changes in life on Earth – from winter snows to spring flowers, from summer sun to autumn leaves.

Now in its tenth edition, the ECOlogical Calendar will transform your concept of time while providing a daily reminder of our responsibility to safeguard our amazing corner of the cosmos. Designed for use in the Northern Hemisphere, it presents a host of details about our natural world.

2014 Wall Calendar – $14.99




Four 12×36 in. (91.4×30.5 cm.) full color panels – one for each season
Six-page information booklet explaining how the calendar works
Tracks the tides, Sun, Moon, planets, and stars throughout the year, while offering scientific insight on natural history, ecology, and astronomy – all illustrated with Chris Hardman’s inspired (and inspiring!) artwork.

On the Front of Each Panel:

  • Gregorian dates are accompanied by rhyming, imaginative poetry
  • visible planets, constellations & brightest stars
  • terrestrial & meteorological phenomena
  • tidal and lunar phases
  • changing ratio of daylight to darkness

On the Back of Each Panel:

  • Concise scientific facts illuminate the natural history, ecology and astronomy topics depicted on the front

2014 Engagement Calendar – $16.99




  • Sturdy ring-bound 7×9 in. planner
  • Four fold-out panels show each season in full, enhancing your connection with the year’s natural progress.
  • Week-at-a-Glance with room for writing in appointments
  • Begins December 22, 2013 and ends  January 4, 2015.
  • Gregorian dates are accompanied by rhyming, imaginative poetry
  • World Time Zone Map
  • Concise notes illuminate the natural history, ecology and astronomy topics illustrated with Chris Hardman’s inspired (and inspiring!) artwork of:
    • Visible planets, constellations & brightest stars
    • Terrestrial & meteorological phenomena
    • Tidal and lunar phases
    • Changing ratio of daylight to darkness