Tara Tiger Brown

PhD student at UBC Faculty of Forestry interested in forest-based interventions and public health. Certified Forest Therapy Guide and Forest Medicine Trainee. Certified Earth Charter Educator and GLOBE Teacher. Co-creator of the Interest Driven Life project. Former Co-Founder of KitHub, LA Makerspace and Connected Camps.

Dissertation Topic

“Effects of Forest Bathing and Environmental Factors on Individual Health Responses in Vancouver Parks”

Thank you to Shuttleworth Foundation and Nature Vancouver for supporting my PhD dissertation research.


Educational, Environmental, Mindful

More Trees Please

A monthly newsletter for tree lovers focused on finding our well-being amongst the trees and re-connecting with the natural world.

Interest Driven Life

What if your interests were the driving factor in your life? What would that look like? Let’s find out.


Educational, Practical, Relevant

Noise Pollution: How To Measure Its Effects On Your Health

Practical guide that explains how to measure noise and learn how it’s affecting your health. Continue reading

Forest Medicine: The Science Behind How I Manage Wellbeing

Research focused article on preventative measures against lifestyle-related diseases. Continue reading

Full STEAM: Build Subjects And Skills

I wrote for The Canadian magazine about how International schools in Tokyo teach STEAM subjects. Continue reading

No One Is Born Racist

I’m A Meme

A photo of me, my son and a stranger taken on the Paris Metro is a meme called “no one is born racist.” After 9 years I asked the Internet to help me find the man. It took two days. Read our story



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