This unique opportunity not only reduces your carbon footprint, but also saves biodiversity, fresh water, natural medicines, pollinators, and insures the future spiritual heritage of an African nation. Read more.
Books, Publications and Column
Dr. Lowman’s column Nature’s Secrets can be found in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and The News & Observer.
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Tree canopy biologist, educator, ecologist, writer, editor, public speaker and currently Chief of Science & Sustainability at California Academy of Sciences.
- A video news story on Dr. Meg Lowman’s Waterbears and Wheelchairs program featuring student Rebecca Tripp. This... http://t.co/uzbPiCoZbL
- Read part three of Laurel C. Allen’s story about her “Amazon adventure” and her search for science. In part three... http://t.co/hPlApHIgYG
- Palm Oil, Deforestation, and the Fast Food Industry: Would You Like a Side of Forests with That?... http://t.co/B435qqpIVi
- A day in Cal Academy is Sciences rain forest is almost as good as the Amazon jungle - & no Mosquitos!! http://t.co/rQD2SA9W7R
- My Beza book is now available! Each copy sold buys one free copy for an Ethiopian child. http://t.co/HEsWtpiMH4 http://t.co/yJ2jMDIVAs
- Wheelchair Bound Biologists Study Treetops Thanks To Climbing Read more →
- Into The Amazon: What To Do When Attacked By A Poo Bat Read more →
- Into The Amazon: Boats, Breakfast And Blowguns Read more →
- Hangout with Canopy Researcher Margaret Lowman Read more →
- Into the Amazon: Sharpening Blowgun Darts On Piranha Teeth Read more →