Animals: the World’s Best Reforesters!

Flying bird

Animals: the World’s Best Reforesters! A recent study in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society Biological Sciences journal discovered that animals of all kinds play a key role in reforestation! By focusing on a deforested area of rainforest in Central Panama over 100 years, the researchers

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Gorgeous Photos of the Redwood Sky Walk

Scott Baker, founder of Tree Solutions, a tree consulting company in the Pacific Northwest, shared these fabulous photographs he captured while visiting the Redwood Sky Walk at Sequoia Park Zoo, Eureka, California. Scott has worked with trees for over 45 years. His extensive experience spans commercial arboriculture,

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Meg Lowman Awarded International Prize for Changing the Arc of the Climate Crisis

Ambassador Vassilis Kaskarelis and Meg Lowman

Dr. Margaret (Meg) Lowman, Executive Director of the Sarasota-based TREE Foundation, has been awarded the 2023 Tällberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize by the Tällberg Foundation. Lowman was selected for this honor in recognition of her “scientific, educational and advocacy work globally to protect and restore forests.” The Prize

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Conserving Forests, Empowering Women Topic of International Canopy Conference Presentation by Meg Lowman

International Canopy Conference

TREE Foundation Executive Director and Mission Green founder Meg Lowman gave a virtual keynote talk during the 8th International Canopy Conference held October 15-19, 2023, in Xishuangbanna, China. Meg’s talk was delivered during the Canopy Education sessions of the conference, and was focused on using Mission Green’s

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New Research Associate at TREE Foundation

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The TREE Foundation welcomes Melanie Herrera as a Research Associate. Melanie is pursuing a Bachelor degree in Human Development and Family Studies and a minor in Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is co-captain of the UNCG women’s soccer team and serves as

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6 Impacts Mature Trees and Forests Have on Urban Areas

Sweetwater Wetlands Park

This blog contributed by TREE Research Associate Snousha Glaude. What is the difference between conservation and afforestation? Afforestation is planting new trees. Whereas conservation is protecting and maintaining mature trees. But a tree is a tree, right? Not exactly. We often overlook how mature trees offer benefits

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