The following countries are part of the global (Tiny) Forest network.
Click on the links below to read the Q&A on their personal stories on planting a Tiny Forest. If you wish to get in touch with (one of) the countries' Tiny Forest organisors, you can find their contact details in the Q&A.
|Goodplanet Belgium||Anna Pleonard||"Contact with nature is a first step towards caring for nature and environment"||Read more|
|Tiny Forest Curaçao||Lennart Bak||"Most people of the island have no idea of its original vegetation. So I decided that it was here that I could and should make a difference!"||Read more|
|France||Boomforest France||Enrico Fusto and Damien Saraceni||"Can people restore nature ecosystems in the places where they live, effectively and without big investments?"||Read more|
|Germany||Wald der Vielfalt||Stefan Scharfe and Lukas Steingässer||"I strongly believe that education and hands-on experience are the most important factors in building ecological awareness."||Read more|
|India||Afforestt India||Shubhendu Sharma||"We had a large backyard which had not much vegetation on it, it was kind of a waste land. Today it is full of life."||Read more|
|The Netherlands||IVN Tiny Forest||Daan Bleichrodt||"Tens of thousands of kids grow up in cities and never connect with nature."||Read more|
|Pakistan||Urban Forest Pakistan||Shahzad Qureshi||"Our biggest struggle was finding the native tree species."||Read more|
|United Kingdom||Earthwatch United Kingdom||Maria Pontes||"‘Getting forests to people’ is my personal motivation and the concept of tiny forests makes that so much more possible."||Read more|