Prints to plant a forest
The planting of trees in the upper Blue Nile river catchment area near Lake Tana is restoring the native landscape of the Amhara province. Local communities work with the organisation Plant with Purpose to connect the isolated forests through tree-planting, thereby expanding natural habitats – to the benefit of both people and native species.
The purchase of each A5 print funds the planting of one tree in the Amhara province. Choose from five different photographs (I, II, III, IV and V).
When pre-ordered with a book, prints will be posted after 15th November 2021. To receive prints sooner, please purchase them in a separate transaction.
Print size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches (A5)
Fedrigoni Symbol Tatami 500 gsm
ECF and acid-free FSC® Mix
Also available: Prints to protect nature
About the series: As one of the fastest expanding economies in the world, Ethiopia faces environmental pressures. In Amhara province, the last native forests surround church buildings and have been protected for centuries as miniature Gardens of Eden. Photographer Kieran Dodds reveals how spiritual ideas nurture sustainable landscapes in a time of ecological crisis.