Animals: the World’s Best Reforesters!

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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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Meg Lowman as Nat Geo Explorer Club Mentor

As part of her participation in the National Geographic Explorers Club Mentorship Match Program, TREE Foundation Executive Director Meg Lowman is mentoring Mai Fahmy. Mai is a Ph.D. candidate in Biological Sciences at Fordham University. Her research focuses on assessing biodiversity levels in Madagascar using leech-derived iDNA

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Meg Lowman is The Arbornaut

The wonderful new memoir from Meg Lowman, executive director of the TREE Foundation is days away from publication. The Arbornaut: A Life Discovering the Eighth Continent in the Trees Above Us, will be published August 10, 2021! The Arbornaut is much more than the story of another

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