The Treemendous Blog


Fighting Forest Fires - The Best Job in The World!

by Matthew Davies September 19th, 2018

Introducing Mossy Earth member, Tom McConnell, a former forest fire
fighter who has kindly shared with us his experiences of fighting
wildfires home and abroad, and why he thinks it's the best job in the
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5 Reasons To Become A Mossy Earth Member

by Matthew Davies September 15th, 2018

We recently launched the Mossy Earth Membership, designed to include all
the very best of Mossy Earth. - By becoming a member for just £9.99 per
a month, we’ll plant 24 trees and implement 3 rewilding actions every
year to ensure you're making a regular environmental impact while living
a carbon neutral lifestyle.

Here are 5 reasons why you should become a Mossy Earth Member today.
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5 Ways To Significantly Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
by Matt Davies June 5th, 2018

Despite the misguided ramblings of one overweight orange politician, climate change is real, and unless we get a wiggle on, our planet’s surface temperature...
5 Simple Sustainable Travel Tips
by Matt Davies July 18th, 2018

Unfortunately, travelling often means enlarging one’s carbon footprint due to flights taken to far-flung destinations where disposable plastic is common place. 

With more than 50 countries travelled between us, we would like to share these five simple but effectual sustainable travel tips that could significantly minimise the carbon footprint of your next trip... 
Mud, Miles, Solidarity and an Uncomfortable Truth
by Matt Davies  April 25, 2018
Last Sunday I jubilantly finished 4th in my latest trail race of the season, but this race was like no other...

Tree of the week: the Cork Oak

by Matt Davies  March 15, 2018
The Cork Oak is an evergreen species, which can grow up to 26 metres tall, and commonly live more than 200 years...

The man behind the trees

by Matt Davies  March 09, 2018
Nicola is the Forestry officer at Transumância e Natureza - Associação - ATN, and our expert on the ground for our Wildfire Restoration project a... 
How does climate change, rewilding and Planetary Boundaries go together?
by Julia Rouet-Leduc March 05, 2018

Climate change is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges of our modern world. But as soon as one starts dwelling into the issue, the environment... 

Mossy Earth's new reforestation project: reversing history in Ireland
by Matt Davies  February 16, 2018

Mossy Earth is partnering with a brand new project in Western Ireland. We are very excited to tackle a new challenge to bring back wilderness and ... 

Nature deficit disorder: is rewilding a way to reconnect people to nature?
by Julia Rouet-Leduc November 15, 2018

Urbanisation and nature-deficit disorder As more people are moving away from the countryside and cities are ever growing, we are getting more disc... 

Reforesting Charred Land in The Douro Valley Natural Park

by Matt Davies September 10th, 2017 

It’s team Mossy Earth on location in the Douro Valley, a World Heritage Site in the northeast of Portugal...

Trophic cascades - 5 strange and unexpected effects
by Matt Davies August 9th, 2017 

In our recent blog: 7 reasons why rewilding is so important, we touched on the fascinating notion of trophic cascades, in particular, the case of... 

Partnering with pro climbers James Pearson and Caroline Ciavaldini
by Matt Davies August 3rd, 2017 

Photographs by Raphael Fourau, Eddie Gianelloni, Cedar Wright and Dave Simmonite We at Mossy Earth are very excited to announce that pro... 

7 Reasons Why Rewilding Is So Important
by Matt Davies July 10th, 2017 

For anyone unfamiliar with the term ‘rewilding’ you’re likely to hazard a well educated guess that it’s an environmental movement aimed at reintroducing...

The Mossy Earth Concept

by Duarte de Zoeten July 5th, 2017

I would like to introduce you to the concept behind Mossy Earth. I’m Duarte, one of the co-founders of the project. Please beware! This article is...

Ten Easy Yet Effective Steps To Refuse Single Use Plastic
by Matt Davies July 5th, 2017

At Mossy Earth we’re equally as passionate about surfing as we are environmental preservation and restoration. As keen surfers, we're probably more...