Keeping nature and biodiversity in the climate conversation has been the focus of our outreach and education, with annual conferences catalyzing new partnerships and research. Over time this experience has led us to be more directly involved in local communities and hands-on restoration work.
Each program is a strategic lever, creating experiential learning, uplifting marginalized voices and shifting our sense of humanity to be a positive, regenerative part of nature.
Global Youth Ambassadors
Young people from around the world share resources and training to support ecorestoration projects in their own communities.
Life Saves The Planet Lectures
A lecture series in partnership with WGBH exploring the many ways that living systems create and regulate environmental conditions on our planet.
Redesigning Our Communities: Focus on Local Action
Uniting national speakers with local BIPOC leaders to highlight the wisdom and persistence of on the ground work in food sovereignty and more sustainable ways of life.
Tiny Urban Forests
Beyond tree planting, we are leading the way in planting forest ecosystems in small urban areas using the Miyawaki method.