Appalachian Trail Field Guide Letterpress Print by The Wild Wander
Rooted in Richmond, Clara Cline, a self-taught illustrator at The Wilder Wander, is known for creating field guides for every state in the country and some of the region’s most popular trails. After working a series of office jobs, Clara turned her after-hours passion into a day job that fills her abiding curiosity for forgotten history and the natural world. We’re proud to offer Clara’s hand-illustrated letterpress chart detailing flora and fauna native to the Appalachian Trail. Starting in Georgia and ending at Mount Katahdin in Maine, the trail covers 2200 miles and fourteen eastern states. This guide features wildlife including brook trout, American black bear, and loblolly pine.
Best of all, a portion of the sale of all field guides is donated to the Sierra Club to ensure the ongoing protection of our wild lands.
• Letterpress printed in black ink on high quality off-white cotton paper
• 11x17" ready to frame size (frame not included)
• Individual prints ship rolled in a sturdy shipping tube