Pine Rockland Zine 2018 is a collection of my year-long project completed in December 2018, of tiny monthly magazines or “zines” that I mailed to subscribers. The project raised over $600, culminated in 14 issues and had 17 artist contributors! Contained in this collection are conservation success stories, curious plants and animals, and profiles of artists making work about the pine rocklands, to name a few themes. Join my mailing list for updates on the next installment of Pine Rockland Zine, as I continue to bring light to rare and unique species, characters and qualities of our imperiled backyard habitat.

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Pine Rockland Zine E-Mail List members receive updates on all things PRZ once a month. This is a great way for me to share the art I am making and information to help educate about this imperilled habitat. This is a good option for those who enjoy reading things online. I hope you enjoy!

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Pine Rockland Zine

The Pine Rockland Zine is a publication created to raise awareness about one of Florida's rarest habitats and support the Miami Pine Rocklands Coalition. Issues feature art and information about the globally imperiled Pine Rockland habitat of Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas. The 2018 Zine anthology is available Here

If you want to stay up to date on the future 2019 zine join the free email list below, and you can support the zine by liking and following on Instagram @kimsartandstuff use the hashtag #saveitdontpaveit !

PRZ 2018: the issues

October 2018

Zines For Pines

September 2018

A Short Guide to Voting

August 2018

Needing Space

July 2018

8 Artists Make 8 Drawings of Endangered Plant Species, With The Viridis Art Collective

June 2018

Finding The Lost Atala: Roger Hammer's Rediscovery of The Missing Butterfly

May 2018

Hosts: Two Plants and Three Butterflies That Eat Them

April 2018

The Photography of Paul Marcellini

March 2018

Florida Fire Cycle

February 2018

Richmond Pine Rocklands and Coral Reef Commons

Historic and Current Range of Pine Rocklands

January 2018

Some Pine Rockland Flora

December 2017

Some Pine Rockland Fauna