“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)

Calendar now available for pre-sale. Orders will be shipped mid-July, 2013.

Forget about traditional calendars… it’s time to reconnect with the natural world!
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 and its history
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 on the December 22, 2013 and ends on 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