CanopyMeg is a sought-after virtual speaker and storyteller for student classrooms, due in part to the widespread classroom use and popularity of The Most Beautiful Roof in the World: Exploring the Rainforest Canopy ( a book for children that is required NGSS reading in many U.S. states). The book tells the CanopyMeg story of how she ingeniously engineered methods for climbing trees, created canopy walkways, and explored some of the planet’s least accessible and most fascinating ecosystems. — and it’s a fun, friendly book for introducing children to forest conservation.
CanopyMeg classroom talks are free,
with the only request being that students conduct a fundraiser to help her in her mission to save global forests and educate kids in other countries about trees.
Ideas for fundraising are endless: anything from a penny drive, a book sale of Meg’s children’s book, BEZA, bake sales — the idea is to get creative! Click here for a fun example of how students created greeting cards to raise funds!.