This is an amazing calendar – check it out at www.ecologicalcalendar.info. It is stuffed with nature info, in a very natural way – not in a ‘take the test’ way.
Each season is three incredibly beautiful panels, with a star chart guide to visible planets, stars and constellations, moon phases, earth and weather phenomena, the tides, a name for each day and season, and our regular human-made days, dates and months.
The seasons start at either a solstice or equinox amd carry us through the shifts and changes of our earth, so that we can experience them with our eyes wide open. October 21 to November 21 last year, for instance, was named Shadow. The calendar showed us what was happening in space, nearer in our sky, on the earth and under it during this season of shadow.
The calendar is on the wall I see when I come in the back door from feeding the entire repertoire of woody friends who live around me. I love going through my days with a feeling of being part of the land, part of nature, of allowing what is, and being immersed in that beauty.
This calendar is a beautiful and grounding reminder to stay in that space.