Dog Ear Publishing Plants 10,000 Trees in 2010

January 13, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Indianapolis January 13, 2011 — Dog Ear Publishing, a leader in self publishing and print on demand technologies, plants another 10,000 trees in 2010, bringing its total to 20,000 trees in two years and continues its environmentally responsible approach to book publishing.

"For the second year in a row we've planted 10,000 trees. We're well on our way to reaching our ultimate goal of planting a total of 100,000 trees. Planting trees goes hand in hand with our mission to be the smart choice for authors" says Miles Nelson, partner of Dog Ear Publishing.

"Our mission includes being good and responsible stewards of our environment. Each year we look for way to improve our eco-efficiency" says Nelson. "We are passionate about books and we're passionate about being an eco-friendly, environmentally sustainable publishing company."

Dog Ear Publishing has also created a "Dog Ear Cares" program. A portion of sales goes to support environmental organizations that promote reforestation and protecting natural habitats. Additionally, Dog Ear Publishing donates to organizations promoting literacy and child protection.

Dog Ear Publishing is a self publishing and on demand publishing company located in Indianapolis, Indiana and was recently rated one of the top self publishing companies by industry watch dogs Mark Levine in "The Fine Print of Self Publishing" and Stacie Vander Pol in "Top Self Publishing Companies of 2010."

Dog Ear Publishing publishes children's books, fiction, non-fiction books and offer worldwide distribution, print of demand printing solutions, editorial services, audio books and e-books. to learn more.