Philippine Forest Fruits | Native Fruits Pocket Notebook

150.00

  • A6 size (4.1″ x 5.8″)
  • 210 gsm FSC-certified cover
  • 48 blank PEFC-certified pages
  • 100 gsm paper
  • acid-free
  • fountain-pen friendly
  • saddle-stitch (staple) bound
  • non-laminated
  • printed in the Philippines

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Help spread the love for fruits of Philippine native trees with this notebook. Some of the species are not so well-known but awareness may help protect them from extinction. (Caution: Please don’t eat fruit unless you know for certain that they are edible.)

The A6 (4.1″ x 5.8″) notebook features hand-painted gouache illustrations of indigeneous flora such as the Kamagong, Bangkal, Kalumpit, Baguilumbang, Bignay, Kamuning, Tibig, Kamagong, Alupag, Betis, Lipote, and Katmon, along with their common and Scientific names. The design runs all the way to the back.

The notebook’s cover is stucco-textured FSC-certified acid-free 210 gsm cardstock, and inside are 48 unlined pages (24 leaves) of PEFC-certified smooth cream 100gsm fountain-pen-friendly writing paper.

[Up to 10 notebooks can fit in LBC’s Small Pouch for a single order. Kindly place another order if you would like to buy more. Alternatively, you can send me a message so I can calculate the shipping cost. Thank you!]

#ForestFruitsPh is a collaborative project with Forest Foundation Philippines to raise awareness for the protection and conservation of Philippine native trees. (I wrote about the collaboration we began in 2018 on my main website and journal.)

* All proceeds from sales of this product will be used to produce more materials that can help spread the advocacy.

More information on our social media pages:
FB @forestfoundationph / @cynthiabauzonarre
IG  @forestfoundationph / @arncyn
#ForestFruitsPH

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