Using the Land
22.5 in HIGH x 28.5 in WIDE
(57.15 cm HIGH x 72.39 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"prepared by Creative Network: design by Karen Colwell, illustrated by Tim Blough [American Teaching Aids logo] ATA 8289 Troubled Oceans 1991 American Teaching Aids, Minneapolis, MN" in white on the bottom edge at the left, with individual photo credits at the right. "ATA 8285 Using the Land (c) 1991 American Teaching Aids Minneapolis, MN made in U.S.A." in black across the bottom of each of the six sections on verso. List of American Teaching Aid posters, activity credits and a barcode, all in black on verso bottom near the right.

Poster has white unprinted edges enclosing a brown background. At the top is "Using The Land" in white, outlined in red. Below the title is white text with a quote by John Muir and an explanation. At the top left is a color photo of trees with white text at the bottom right about forests. At the top right is a color aerial photo of agricultural land, with related white text at the bottom left of the image. At the bottom center is a color hpoto of garbage, with white text below on America''s trash problem. At the bottom right is a color illustration of hazardous materials, with related text above in white. At the bottom left is a color illustration of recucling bins with white text on reducing disposables above. At the left center is a color illustration of two children planting a tree with text about renewable resources in white to the bottom right. Poster verso has black text printed on white paper and is designed as a teaching aid, divided into six sections (three columns/two rows) with the headings "The 3 R''s", "Teacher''s Guide", "Take-Home Poster", "Hazardous Waste" (continuing onto the next section) and "Trees to the Rescue".
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