10 Ways Canopy Walkways Help Save the Planet

ACTS canopy walkway

1) CLEANING THE ATMOSPHERE: Canopy walkways are typically constructed in heavily forested areas populated with mature trees. Trees, especially fully-grown mature trees, are literally the lungs of the Earth, without which all its beloved species of creatures, plus the human race, would ultimately wither and die. Trees

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Meg Lowman as Nat Geo Explorer Club Mentor

As part of her participation in the National Geographic Explorers Club Mentorship Match Program, TREE Foundation Executive Director Meg Lowman is mentoring Mai Fahmy. Mai is a Ph.D. candidate in Biological Sciences at Fordham University. Her research focuses on assessing biodiversity levels in Madagascar using leech-derived iDNA

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Celebrating ATREE 25th Anniversary

Watch this great video celebrating ATREE@25 — produced by ATREE, the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment. The video includes lyrics and singing (in Kannada), and the tune is adapted from India’s National Anthem. TREE Foundation Executive Director Meg Lowman serves on the board

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National Geographic Explorer Classroom for Kids Hosts CanopyMeg

TREE Foundation Executive Director Meg Lowman is a longtime official National Geographic Explorer. With her passion for educating children all around the world, Nat Geo has invited her to participate in its “Explorer Classroom” —  a free, live YouTube program that connects learners with National Geographic Explorers.

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