is a unique photo holder upcycled from reclaimed century old barn board. Each photo holder comes with five photo cards in your choice of size that you can store behind the print on display. The 5" x 5" cards are avaialble in borderless, bordered or retro style with a caption. Rotate the prints regularly to display your many favourite memories. You can match your décor with the outside weathered 'grey board' or inside “brown board” side. The frame has been given a light coat of antique oil and hand rubbed with beeswax to seal the wood. These products are made from entirely recycled barn board so there may be slight imperfections and differences in finish which gives them a unique and rustic feel. When ordering multiples, they will never be 100% exactly alike.
Size: approx. 5.75“ height x 8.5“ length x 1 “ width with photo in landscape position
Printed on premium, archival quality, acid-free paper. FSC® certified. Post consumer recycled content
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Each order = 1 tree planted
With each order, photoroost supports ongoing tree-planting throughout North America.
1 order = 1 tree planted
There is no limit to the number of trees we will plant, so order today for a greener tomorrow.
We support ‘quality-based’ reforestation that focuses on projects having long-term survival rates. One must care for the trees during all the stages of growing, transplanting and maintenance. This means:
Planting only in no-logging locations such as riparian zones and wilderness areas.
Making sure that we only participate in projects with very high,
long-term survival rates, and
Spending on average $0.85 cents per seedling out of each dollar.
California: Replenish forests damaged by fire, drought and disease. Many tree-planting locations protect streams and rivers. We plant in various locations throughout the state.
Colorado: Replenish forests ravaged by the Pine Bark Beetle, fires and the 2013 flood.
Florida: Replenish forests damaged by hurricane and fire.
Georgia: Replenish public lands needing additional hardwood reforestation.
New York: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention. Many areas are along rivers and streams.
Ohio: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention.
Tennessee: Replenish public lands needing additional hardwood reforestation.
Vermont: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention. Many areas are along rivers and streams.
Washington: Reforest public lands that have lost trees to disease and other factors. Many areas are along rivers and streams.
Wisconsin: Reforest denuded areas receiving little funding and attention. Some of these areas are along lakes and campgrounds.
Alberta and Central British Columbia: Deforestation due to the Mountain Pine Beetle in Alberta
Ontario: Deforestation due to the Asian Longhorned Beetle in the Greater Toronto Area
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