Arbornaut Meg Lowman Profiled in National Geographic


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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Forests inspire science and music to intersect

forest inspires music

  Musical artist Heather Adeney, along with the help of a cellist friend, created this lovely video of a song about loving forests. She kindly sent her video to the TREE Foundation to share with the world, saying, “I want this song to do some good in

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Saving Big Forests to Save Our Big Planet

Virginia Book Festival
"CanopyMeg" -- Dr. Margaret Lowman, Executive Director of the TREE Foundation, will join John W. Reid, co-author of Ever Green, in a FREE virtual discussion on March 16, noon Eastern standard time), during the Virginia Festival of the Book. Meg Lowman John W. Reid Michelle Nijhuis AsRead more

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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Nature In The Classroom Brings Trees into Learning Spaces

Nature In the Classroom is installing awe-inspiring canopy ceilings inside children’s classrooms … an amazing way to connect young students to the outdoors, promote learning, and create a lifelong love and support for trees and nature. Few experiences in nature compare to lying down on the forest

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