Muir Way’s New Print Series Showcases the Beauty of Each State’s Waterways

Maps show each river, lake and stream in high-contrast detail; the thickness of individual waterways is based on the Strahler Order Number.

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Whether you’re hoping to kayak across Oregon, want to find a sizeable lake in Kentucky or simply want a classy, different way to rep your home state, the ecology-minded folks at Muir Way have your walls covered. Their products – prints, frames and shirts — are made in the USA and part of every sale is donated to the Sierra Club. The latest additions to the Hydrology Series (other series include National Parks, [Mountain] Ranges and Mountain Summits) are individual state prints (yes, D.C. is in there too).

Interestingly, while the maps show each river, lake and stream in high-contrast detail, the thickness of individual waterways is based on the Strahler Order Number, meaning “rivers closest to their source are the thinnest and get continually thicker as they connect downstream.” Pick up a black or blue print, framed or not, in either 18×24-inch or 24×30-inch sizes.

Buy Now: $79+

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