The Colombian branch of the World Wildlife Fund commemorated it’s 50th anniversary with an usual calendar. They say it is “the only calendar that lasts for life and generates life.” The project was a promotion for reforestation in that country.
The calendar consists of a ceramic white plant container, a custom made measuring cylinder to dispense precise drops of water, a sliding glass calendar, tree seeds, soil and a pot.
The cylinder is filled with a month’s worth of water. The drops are released by pressing on the special ball stopper at the top for 3 seconds. This simple action is repeated daily so that the seeds germinate and grow into seedlings. The months are manually marked by moving the indicator on the transparent perpetual calendar.
The one drop a day for life calendar is a cool way to remind us that every little act counts.
Watch the video and see how the calendar was made.
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