Forests of the Future shares stories, wildlife data and moments of delight from the world’s ever-changing forests.
Slow media, slow data stewardship, rooted in the land.
We search for joy, obscured histories and solutions on the frontlines of climate change and biodiversity loss.
Our story programming includes short films, articles and photo essays.
We honour the expertise and contributions of those historically silenced and underrepresented in media and science, including Indigenous, queer and femme experts, who are reshaping the forests of the future.
We run collaborative data stewardship projects using 16 motion-sensor cameras assembled in a non-invasive camera trap line.
Wildlife cameras are a non-invasive tool for empowering community data inquiry and informing biodiversity stewardship.
Produced by Trent Maynard, a writer, filmmaker and wildlife camera researcher, with an MSc in Geography (Environmental Policy & Regulation with merit, 2009) from the London School of Economics & Political Science.
Posting from the unceded ancestral lands of the shíshálh Nation (Sechelt Nation) & Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) on the Sunshine Coast, lands also called British Columbia since 1858, and Canada since 1871.