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Meg Lowman at Sarasota March for Science

Dr. Meg Lowman was the first speaker at the Sarasota March for Science. Here is some video and photos from the event:

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Meg Lowman Treetops Camp in July 2016

Tanglewood Nature Center in Elmira/Lowman NY hosted 16 middle school girls for the “Meg Lowman Treetops Camp in July 2016”. In partnership with Cornell University’s Tree Climbing Institute and CanopyMeg, the girls learned to access the canopy!

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Williams College canopy walkway

Here are some views of our Williams College canopy walkway in Hopkins Forest, Massachusetts. It’s the first canopy walkway in North America and was built in 1992.

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Fifth grade class Skype session with CanopyMeg

Mrs. Mahon’s 5th graders read “The Most Beautiful Roof in the World: Exploring the Rainforest Canopy” and then spoke to CanopyMeg via Skype from their classroom!

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NSF undergraduate students turn summer research into thesis project

NSF undergraduate students Janice and Jacob turned their summer research into thesis projects. They worked inside the beautiful new conservation walls constructed at Goha church forest, thanks to a unique partnership of local Coptic priests and TREE Foundation.

NSF undergraduate students Janice and Jacob turned their summer research into thesis projects. They worked inside the beautiful new conservation walls constructed at Goha church forest, thanks to a unique partnership of local Coptic priests and TREE Foundation.

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Meg Lowman with Rolex laureate Brukty Tigabu

Reunion in Addis (Ethiopia) with Rolex laureate Brukty Tigabu, who continues to inspire kids about health and science with her TV shows. I am proud to be her 'bestie!'

Reunion in Addis (Ethiopia) with Rolex laureate Brukty Tigabu, who continues to inspire kids about health and science with her TV shows. I am proud to be her ‘bestie!’

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Beza Books Given Out to Kids in Ethiopia

Dr. Meg Lowman giving out Beza books to local Ethiopian children.

For every English version of Beza sold one copy was distributed FREE in Amharic to an Ethiopian child!
Thank you to those of you who purchased this book which is helping us conserve Ethiopia’s forests, as well as educate the next generation about the importance of their natural

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Fifth grade Future Scientists of America Skype with CanopyMeg

The fifth grade students at North Rose-Wolcott Middle School and their teacher, Hannah Formella, asked great questions to CanopyMeg during an enriching skype session.

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5th Grade Students Buzzing with Excitement after Skype Session with CanopyMeg

Miss Mahon, 5th grade Language Arts teacher at Fonda-Fultonville Central School, writes the following:
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU 1,000000000 TIMES!!! The students are still BUZZING with excitement. In fact, I was just told by a student, ‘This was an experience of a LIFETIME!!!’
With your kindness and

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CanopyMeg speaks to students in India about forests

Future canopy scientists of India? Through digital connectivity, CanopyMeg spoke to approximately 2000 students in India last night. Explorers and colleague Bhaskar Krishnamurthy master-minded a multiple school virtual assembly, and the students all lined up with questions about forests. Thrilling at both ends, and the kids asked

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