New Book on Ginkgo Trees

An overview of Jimmy Shen’s new book, Ginkgo: The Living Fossil: Charles Robert Darwin once said Ginkgo is the living fossil. But many believe that wild Ginkgos are extinct. However, as a native of the TianMu Mountains, east China, I have been photographing wild Ginkgos for 3

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Amazon Rainforest Workshop – Summer 2019

Join CanopyMeg for research in the Amazon forest canopies during our 26th expedition for students, families and adventurers! Travel as a Citizen Scientist to the Amazon with California Academy of Sciences and Dr. Meg Lowman, Director of Global Initiatives & Senior Scientist in Plant Conservation. Dates: JulyRead more

World Rainforest Day is June 22nd

TREE Foundation is proud to celebrate World Rainforest Day on June 22nd. One way you can celebrate WRD is to donate to TREE’s rain forest research, education and exploration activities by using the button below. (For other methods of payment see our donation page.) Why are rainforests

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TREE Foundation and the 2018 Giving Challenge

TREE Foundation is excited to be participating in the 2018 Giving Challenge! This is an amazing 24-hour giving event supporting more than 600 nonprofits serving Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and DeSoto counties. On Tuesday, May 1 at noon through Wednesday, May 2, you can Be The One to

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Saving Elephants

Here is a short synopsis about the new documentary titled, “Elephants in the Coffee,” produced by Thomas Grant & D.K. Bhaskar: The 58-min documentary compelling documentary titled “Elephants in the Coffee”, speaks on the relationship of elephants and humans in the wilderness, in the agricultural lands of

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