Anybody can be a Treecologist, including you! If you are interested, we’ll give you the tools you need to begin. But first:
- Do you believe that trees are essential to the well-being of our planet?
- Do you believe that trees are important to solving urgent environmental issues?
- Do you believe in caring for all of life on Earth?
If you answered yes (or even maybe) to these questions, we invite you to become a Treecologist. Here are the central tenants of being a Treecologist:
- We care for trees because we believe they are essential to the health of our planet.
- We work for a greater cause: to solve environmental issues and reestablish the balance of life.
- We make decisions through the framework of maximizing positive benefits for members of all ecosystems and Earth as a whole.
This requires some knowledge of biology, environmental issues, geography, soil science, life processes, fungi, wildlife habitats, and more.
It requires understanding how a given decision may affect other organisms, including humans. Lastly, it requires an awareness of how our actions affect the health of our planet as a whole.
How do you become a Treecologist?
It might sound like a lot to learn, but we have made it very easy for you to take your first, fun steps on this journey: Sign up for our Treecology 101 series to learn the basics of being a Treecologist.
It consists of 12 emails sent every other week, each containing several articles and one video.
Not sure this is the right journey for you? Have a quick look at our e-book “Top 12 Tips for Healthy, Happy Trees”. If this resonates with you in any way, we think you will enjoy Treecology 101.