Super Tiny. Super Powerful.

Tiny Forest brings the benefits of woodland right into the heart of our cities and urban spaces: connecting people with nature, helping to mitigate the impacts of climate change, as well as providing nature-rich habitat to support urban wildlife.

Earthwatch is pioneering Tiny Forest in the UK and is conducting a UK-wide research study to help us understand how these super tiny woods have the potential to be super powerful.

You can get involved in monitoring your local Tiny Forest using simple accessible scientific methods and submitting your data using this specially designed platform. Data will be analysed by our scientists to better assess the benefits these miniature urban woodlands can provide over time and between different forests.

How can I get involved?

  • Visit a Tiny Forest
    Use our Tiny Forest Sites map to find and explore your nearest Tiny Forest.
  • Volunteer or become a Tree Keeper
    Volunteer to help care for a Tiny Forest in your local area. Opportunities range from surveying to maintaining the forest. Get in touch to take part.
  • Survey a Tiny Forest
    Help scientists collect data on the benefits Tiny Forest provide, including biodiversity, carbon absorption, flood management and thermal comfort. Get in touch to take part.
  • Events
    Find out what’s on for children and adults at your local Tiny Forest in the Upcoming Events section on each Tiny Forest Profile Page.
  • Support Tiny Forest
    Help us to grow the Tiny Forest network by making a donation.

East Wichel Park, Swindon - MINI-sponsored Tiny Forest

Explore our Tiny Forest sites



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