Who We Are

Beyond Trees is a global network of conservation and stewardship organizations, government agencies, universities and research institutions, multilateral groups, private industry, educators, youth and adults of all abilities — all working together to improve lives everywhere, but with a particular focus on communities in urban areas. These participating organizations/individuals from 90+ countries work on efforts around tree plantation, wildlife conservation, environmental awareness, equity, gender equality, rooftop farming, waste management, pollution, water conservation and youth and community engagement, and inclusion. The power of the Beyond Trees Network lies in collaborations and information exchanges that lead to a sharing of knowledge and resources, exponentially increasing the impact of each of the organizations.

What's New?

Listen to the new webinar on the Miyawaki method for growing mini-urban forests rapidly. Click here.

Click on the Beyond Trees publication that celebrates forests and innovation – from practices to technology – across the world. 

Feature: Green Shaded Conversations with Mpambira

NEW BLOG!  Mpambira discusses the challenges of finding a job in his field.  Click here and read now!

Mpambira Kambewa from Lilongwe, Malawi, shares his thoughts, perspectives, experience and adventures through his blogs.  Learn more about Mpambira and Malawi. His first post is now online!

Read his blog, “Green Shaded Conversations with Mpambira”