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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Ginger Zee Visits Myakka Canopy Walkway


Meg Lowman met up with ABC News’ Ginger Zee in Sarasota’s gorgeous Myakka River State Park – Sarasota, Florida Canopy Walkway! They talked about how canopy walkways can inspire forest conservation and create a tourism economy. Ginger brought her family with her and along with learning a

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Learn about oak trees with this handy fact page!

Have you been marveling at the oak trees in the park or your backyard? Are you curious to learn more about these diverse and magnificent trees? Check out this fact page and growing guide from ( to learn more about oak trees, including details on many

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The Transformative Power of Climbing Trees

Have you ever wanted to learn to climb trees? Perhaps you’re an aspiring or practicing biologist whose next step is up? Or maybe you’re just fascinated by the idea of exploring the Eighth Continent—among the treetops? No matter why you’re fascinated by tree climbing, the TREE Foundation

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