Over the past few months, there has been a huge interest from people taking in their local surroundings and appreciating their environment more. It has been great to hear how TreeTalk has been able to make a difference, and to help make that every day experience a little bit better for everyone. What's nice, is the way everyone focuses on the features is different way.
We love these articles!
Tree mapping app blossoms as city-dwellers seek out nature in lockdown, Record traffic for TreeTalk sparks global interest as users reconnect with the species that line their streets -The Guardian (5 June 2020)
Explore London through its trees, "...allowing residents to explore, discover, and identify our carbon-capturing leafy friends as they roam the streets, parks and waterways of the Big Smoke..." - The Big Issue (4 June 2020)
Tens of thousands of Londoners use TreeTalk app to explore urban nature on coronavirus lockdown, An app logging over 700,000 of London's trees is encouraging citizens to embrace urban nature during the coronavirus lockdown, by discovering and identifying trees in their local area during their daily walk - Evening Standard (28 May 2020)
'London is a forest, and this map explores its trees', BigThink (May 2020)
'New app encourages Londoners to pay more attention to trees on their daily walk', CityMetric (May 2020)
'A map of the trees of London', ianVisits (May 2020)
And we were very proud to be featured on BBC London News (27 May 2020)
Online from 16-24 May 2020
TreeTalk will be taking part in this Festival of Trees, celebrating trees in London and beyond.
The whole world may be in lockdown but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy and appreciate the value of nature, trees, woodland in our urban lives and with your help we can help people fall in love with their urban trees.
Circular and fun, with a lovely square with Black Mulberry, and starting and ending at some very distinctive False Acacias.
This walk around Chiswick is from the popular guidebook London’s Street Trees: A Field Guide to the Urban Forest. It was takes you down residential streets past all manner of unusual street trees.
Station to station visiting some Belair Park trees, along a avenue of trees to explore a variety of street trees.
An intriguing urban walk from Westbourne Park taking in Little Venice and a tough Giant Redwood surviving under the Westway
Supporting the second year of the Urban Tree Festival in 2019, TreeTalk created 3 self-guided discoveries of walks in London. The walks have been devised together with Paul Wood, author of ‘London is a Forest’ and ‘Street Trees of London: A Field Guide to the Urban Forest’.
Live somewhere else? Did you know that you can generate your very own personalised tree trail.
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Explore London’s Urban Forest all week with TreeTalk.
TreeTalk are proud to support the first National Park City Week by creating 2 unique self-guided walking trails throughout London to explore local trees and green spaces.
Together with Paul Wood, one of London’s leading tree experts (@TheStreetTree), each trail uncovers unique aspects of London’s diversity.
Each self-led walking trail can either be printed or downloaded/saved to your mobile device so that you can enjoy and explore each trail at your leisure.
We hope that you enjoy the trails!
Please share your experience on Twitter @TreeTalkUK using #TreeTalk #NationalParkCity
22nd April 2018
Together with our friends at Abundance London and Hounslow Cycling, TreeTalk provided a blossom trail of fascinating trees around Turnham Green, Chiswick showing the diversity and abundance of local trees for the Earth Day Picnic.