10 Ways Canopy Walkways Help Save the Planet

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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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TREE Foundation’s Malaysian Walkway Officially Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site

On September 22, 2021 Executive Director Meg Lowman was interviewed by SRQ Magazine about TREE Foundation’s Malaysian Walkway being officially named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pictured is the Penang Hill Biosphere Reserve in Penang Island, Malaysia. Here is a sneak peek into the article: “Dr. Meg

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CanopyMeg leads a guided walk to Myakka Canopy Walkway for local families

Local families from Sarasota-Manatee VillageLearners enjoyed a guided walk to the Canopy Walkway at Myakka River State Park led by Dr. Margaret “CanopyMeg” Lowman, Executive Director of TREE Foundation. The children and their families learned about the history and importance of canopy walkways, similar projects around the

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New Vermont Walkaway Opens!

VINS (Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences) opened a new canopy walkway, serving New England and beyond. This 800-plus foot structure includes a tower, spider web, and eagle’s nest artwork. Located in Quechee, Vermont. Don’t miss it!!   Read more about VINS new canopy walkway in this article

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