Become a Tiny Forest–Tree Keeper | webinar

Forest in the UK, lit by the sun

Organized by Earthwatch Europe. Here at ONet, we've previously advertised biodiversity survey training, using the example of Tiny Forests. This webinar is your opportunity to become a Tiny Forest–Tree Keeper yourself.

Training webinar: Tiny Forest–Tree Keeper Induction

10 June 2024, 18:00-19:00 CEST

This event is perfect for nature enthusiasts and aspiring tree keepers who want to make a positive impact on the environment.

This webinar will provide you with valuable knowledge and skills to become a certified tree keeper. Learn about the fascinating world of tiny forests and discover how you can contribute to their preservation.

During this interactive session, our expert speakers will guide you through the essentials of tree care, maintenance, and conservation. You'll gain insights into nurturing biodiversity, creating sustainable ecosystems, and fostering a greener future.

Don't miss this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, exchange ideas, and empower yourself with the tools needed to protect our precious forests. Join us for the Tiny Forest–Tree Keeper Induction webinar and become a guardian of nature!

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Read more about responses to forest land degradation — including conserving, managing and restoring forest — in chapter of the IPBES land degradation and restoration assessment report.


About Tiny Forests

A Tiny Forest is a dense, fast-growing native woodland, about the size of a tennis court. These forests are not only great homes for butterflies, birds, bees and other wildlife but also a place for people to connect with, and learn about, nature. Each forest is a unique public asset – planted and cared for by the local community.

These super tiny, super powerful forests aim to mimic natural forests but in a small space. They include a mix of native trees which, over time, will create a wildlife-rich woodland. Tiny Forests don’t require much space and they can be planted anywhere that land is available – in a park, school or on a brownfield site.

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About Earthwatch Europe

We are an environmental charity with science at our heart.

We connect people with nature, motivate them to protect the environment and provide them with the knowledge and tools to make change happen.

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Photo by Dan Blackburn on Unsplash: Haigh Woodland Park, Wigan, UK.