A high-quality tree database for educators, students and lay persons.
The Tree Library is a digital platform for teaching and studying trees with a focus on promoting awareness and understanding of trees and their global importance to the environment.
Trees are our silent partners, sensing us as we move about, providing shelter, offering us beauty, and nurturing and protecting the earth.
Make use of the site from any platform or device with access to an internet browser. Whether projecting in a classroom or studying from a phone while walking around a park, TreeLib aims to be accessible everywhere. Want to develop a specific format for your class? Contact us to develop scripts and picture series to fit your needs.
The Tree Library provides a digital data base for educators and botanical gardens for teaching, to link to as references to species and download photographs or expand special collections.
Special thanks to Philippe de Spoelberch and UBC Botanical Garden
TreeLib is for educational purposes. Copying information or pictures for commercial purposes is not permitted without specific written permission from the author.