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Jeweler Craig Underwood’s Photo To Be Featured In 2022 Nature Conservancy Calendar |  June 21, 2021 (0 comments)


Fayetteville, AR—Craig Underwood, president of Underwoods Fine Jewelers, is as talented a photographer as he is a jeweler. And now one of his photographs (image) will be part of the 2022 Nature Conservancy calendar.

The Nature Conservancy is a global environmental nonprofit working to create a world where people and nature can thrive. Founded in 1951, The Nature Conservancy has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organizations in the world. With more than a million members and over 400 scientists, it impacts conservation in 72 countries and territories around the world. 

The organization’s annual calendar is its most significant publication of the year, with approximately eight million copies printed worldwide. Underwood’s photo will be the first-ever from Arkansas. To help support the great works of The Nature Conservancy, Underwood said on Facebook that he is giving 100% of all his print proceeds (after printing costs) to the organization. Check out his website,, to order a metal print produced by Arkansas’ Steam Art and Graphics company.

Related: Jeweler Craig Underwood Wins Photography Competition

Underwood, who is active on AGS and Jewelers’ Mutual Insurance Co.’s boards, also is a passionate nature lover. He and his wife, Laura, recently purchased and donated a former 65-acre golf course to the city of Fayetteville for a community park, which the city just opened this month. The new park—appropriately called Underwood Park—was the subject of a feature article in CitiScapes magazine, a publication featuring the people and places of Northwest Arkansas.

Related: Crafting Beauty In The Community: Underwoods Launches Documentary Video on YouTube

The park and the importance of the beauty of nature to the Underwoods were part of a 28-minute documentary film on YouTube, titled Crafting Beauty In The Community, which highlights both Underwoods' jewelry and philanthropy. In the film, Craig and Laura Underwood talk about their passion for giving back. Watch the video here.

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