wildflowers_exhibit postcard_front_x700wildflowers_exhibit postcard_front_x700"Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change" exhibit announcement (postcard front). Jewett Gallery, San Francisco Main Public Library January 23- March 27, 2016

Presented by The Wallace Stegner Environmental Center of the San Francisco Public Library.

Sponsored by:
Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, Blue Earth Alliance, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Marin Clean Energy, California Native Plant Society, California State Parks Foundation, Hahnemühle, and Think Tank Photo.

Postcard designed by Ellen Reilly

Scarlet Fritillary (Fritillaria recurva) plant with three blossoms, and Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus), Upper Table Rocks, BLM and Nature Conservancy land. The Table Rocks were designated in 1984 as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) to protect special plants and animal species, unique geologic and scenic values, and education opportunities. the Table Rocks are now owned and collaboratively managed by the Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Oregon, United States
Front of gallery_SFPLibrary_03_2016_IMG_0942_x1200Front of gallery_SFPLibrary_03_2016_IMG_0942_x1200"Beauty and Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change" exhibit at the Jewett Gallery, San Francisco Main Library. Part of Rob Badger and Nita Winter's fine art documentary photography project "Beauty and Beast: Wildflowers and Climate Change" a sponsored project of Blue Earth Alliance.

Scarlet Fritillary (Fritillaria recurva) plant with three blossoms, and Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus), Upper Table Rocks, BLM and Nature Conservancy land. The Table Rocks were designated in 1984 as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) to protect special plants and animal species, unique geologic and scenic values, and education opportunities. the Table Rocks are now owned and collaboratively managed by the Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Oregon, United States

Our project's first exhibit featured 100 images of California wildflowers, plus maps and essays that focused on the state's botanical landscape, climate change, land conservation, etc. This exhibition attracted 3,700 visitors over two months.

We are excited to announce that Exhibit Envoy has recently invited us to create a traveling version of this exhibit. Click to learn more about Exhibit Envoy.

Become a Voice for Wildflowers

Want to do something you know will help save wildflowers and reduce the impact of climate change?

Just about everyone knows the climate is changing. Everywhere. Many people feel they can’t really do much about it. They’re wrong though.

We all hear about coastal flooding, more severe wildfires and extreme weather. There are longer droughts, more record breaking floods, and an increase in tornadoes.

What we rarely hear about in the news is climate change’s impact on the natural world and Nature’s communities. We know plants and wildflowers support most life on land. Climate change and loss of habitat are significantly affecting wildflower blooms and the bounty they offer wildlife.

You may say, “What’s the use? The problem is too big, and I’m just one person trying to solve it. What can I do that really, really matters?”

There are many, simple and easy things you can do to reduce carbon pollution in the air. And, you can support education, and the work many environmental, and other organizations are doing to inspire hope and effective action.

What we are doing:

"Beauty and the Beast: California's Wildfowers and Climate change" exhibit (back of gallery_display case) at San Francisco Public Library 2016_IIMG_0931_x700"Beauty and the Beast: California's Wildfowers and Climate change" exhibit (back of gallery_display case) at San Francisco Public Library 2016_IIMG_0931_x700"Beauty and Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change" exhibit at the Jewett Gallery, San Francisco Main Library. Part of Rob Badger and Nita Winter's fine art documentary photography project &quot;Beauty and Beast: Wildflowers and Climate Change&quot; a sponsored project of Blue Earth Alliance.<br/> <br/> Scarlet Fritillary (Fritillaria recurva) plant with three blossoms, and Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus), Upper Table Rocks, BLM and Nature Conservancy land. The Table Rocks were designated in 1984 as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) to protect special plants and animal species, unique geologic and scenic values, and education opportunities. the Table Rocks are now owned and collaboratively managed by the Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Oregon, United States<br/> <br/> EXHIBIT ENVOY LISTING OF Beauty and the Beast Wildflowers and Climate Change 04-24-17 Exhibit Envoy's listing of: &quot;Beauty and the Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change&quot; traveling exhibit.<br/> <br/> If you&rsquo;re looking for a temporary exhibition that draws a crowd and is affordable and easy to install, Exhibit Envoy is your ideal resource! We offer exhibitions that reflect the richness of California&rsquo;s arts, culture, and natural environment.

Engaging and inspiring people to action with beautiful images and thought provoking essays and maps about climate change, natural history, land conservation, etc through exhibitions, books and the media.

We have created a traveling exhibit: "Beauty and the Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change" which is now being booked throughout California. It is being offered by the non-profit Exhibit Envoy. Use this link to see if it will be available near you. If not help us find a possible venue and we can reach out to them.

Schedule to date: San Bernadino County Museum, Redlands CA  June - September 2017; The California Museum, Sacramento CA Oct 15 - Jan 2018; Grace Hudson Museum, Ukiah CA  Feb 10 - May 13, 2018; Fullerton Arboretum, Fullerton CA  Sept - Oct 2018;  Hi-Desert Nature Museum, Yucca Valley CA  Jan - March 10, 2019

We are also working on a new companion book "Beauty and the Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change" which will be published this fall. "Reserve a Book" if you want to be one of the first to know the book is available.

33% of the price of every book sold through our innovative, non-profit affiliate program will go back to that non-profit or educational organization.

And we will be partnering with groups and organizations to further inspire positive action.

All this is part of our documentary art project “Beauty and the Beast: Wildflowers and Climate Change” that is devoted to:

RobBadger__marmot-eats-lupine-wildflowers_Mount-Rainier-Wilderness-Area-WA__wildlifeMarmot Eats Lupine Wildflowers in Mount Rainier Wilderness Area, WashingtonHoary Marmot (Marmota caligata) eating Subalpine Lupine (Lupinus latifolius) wildflower blossoms in a field of Lupine and Cow Parsnip (Heracleum lanatum), Mount rainier Wilderness Area, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington 1. Reducing the impact of climate change

2. Promoting species and land conservation

3. Creating a sustainable population

4. Showing the world the beauty that exists on our public lands

5. Supporting groups and individuals dedicated to the above

Why us?

We know powerful images can create awareness, support land conservation and inspire positive change. We believe our work has successfully done that. For over 35 years we have been working on conservation and environmental issues. See our resumes and the many awards we have received here.

For over three decades we have focused on major conservation projects and environmental issues.  Major conservation organizations/government agencies we have worked with include The Trust for Public Lands (30+ projects), The Nature Conservancy, The American Land Conservancy, and the Center For Russian Nature Conservation and Inyo County, California.

See our resume and the many awards we have received here:  

Rob Badger      Nita Winter

How can you help us reach our goals?

1. Reserve a book with NO deposit necessary. You'll be the first to know when it is published. Anticipated price for this coffee table book: $50

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2. Make a donation ($10 and up is really helpful).

3. Become a sponsor from $300 to $100,000 (ask us how).

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4. Tell others about the book and project though personal contact and social media.

We can’t make this real without your help.

 

Sponsorship opportunities are available to support the publication of Impressions of Spring: A Voice for Wildflowers of the West on Our Public Lands. Your sponsorship will enable us to publish the project’s first book, develop our education outreach efforts, and build a program of affiliated organizations that can amplify our efforts.

 

It’s a coffee table book so beautiful that you may need to buy a better looking coffee table.

 

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