We co-create toolkits with educators and our project partners to re-imagine the ways in which children and young people from diverse backgrounds can work with the treescapes of the future.

We aim to co-create a lexicon of experience that re-imagines the future of treescapes drawing on a complex interdisciplinary meshwork across ecological science, philosophy, history, education, social science, childhood studies, geography, art, linguistics, anthropology and migration studies.