Sculpture Meets Climate Activism in D.C.

Justin Brice, a sculpture and photography artist with a focus on the natural world, is turning heads. Last week, Brice, a Senior Fellow and Artist-in-Residence at Woodwell Climate Research Center who has climbed into the canopies of Taiwan and photographed in the church forests of Ethiopia with Dr. Lowman, installed his

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HÖRZU Wissen Interviews Meg

Dr. Meg Lowman’s book, The Arbornaut, has gone international! Recently, the German publication HÖRZU Wissen interviewed Dr. Lowman about her life and research. During the interview, Dr. Lowman discussed not only her personal history and beginnings in tree research, but also uses her endless passion to spread

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Can Outdoor Access Support Improved Mental Health?

Two cyclists riding on a path through the woods

While the positive effects of time outdoors couldn’t be clearer for those of us lucky enough to have experienced them, a recent article on the Children & Nature Network highlights a study that sought to codify this observation. The study compared psychiatric data on people born and

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Inspiring and Educating Next Gen Climate Activists

Dr. Marji Puotinen holding a "Climate Action Now" sign in Antarctica in 2019.

Dr. Marji Puotinen is an Australian research scientist whose work focuses on coral reefs and their responses to tropical cyclones. A lifetime environmentalist, she dedicates every free moment to engaging and educating kids about climate change. At the TREE Foundation, we’re passionate about educating kids as well,

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Arbornaut Meg Lowman Profiled in National Geographic

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Photograph by Erika Larsen; courtesy of National Geographic. What’s the first step in caring and acting to help the world’s forests? TREE Foundation Executive Director and Nat Geo Explorer Meg Lowman, featured in this fabulous profile “How To Be An Arbornaut” in the May 2022 issue of

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Canopy Walkways Serve Double Duty as Wildlife Crossings

Myakka Canopy Walkway

TREE Foundation Executive Director Meg lowman talks wildlife crossings — and canopy walkways — in this fascinating article in the The Christian Science Monitor, written by Charukesi Ramadurai.   Roads broke up an endangered monkey’s habitat. Can bridges fix it? Source: Christian Science Monitor Click here to

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Meg Lowman’s Three Things for Earth Day

Three Things for Earth Day

?   Meg Lowman, Executive Director for the TREE Foundation, suggests three things you can do for Earth Day 2022 — to learn and take action to save big trees and help the cause of forest conservation and education. To take immediate action to help us in

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