Tiny Forest
in the

Add Your Tree

Choose your favorite plant. We'll add it to the Tiny Forest.

Coast Live Oak

SALE! Coast Live Oak

Fast-growing oak

$18 $10

Narrow Leaf Milkweed

Narrow Leaf Milkweed

MOST important plant for Monarch Butterflies


Desert Thorn

Desert Thorn

Birds LOVE eating the red berries!


Only 1.5 hours from Los Angeles, our Tiny Forest sits on 10-acres in the Antelope Valley.

We made an interactive map of the Tiny Forest.

Click on each plant to learn more:

From India to Japan, people are adding new plants to the Tiny Forest.

Every tree in the Tiny Forest was funded by someone like you.

You can help us extend the Tiny Forest by adding your favorite plant.

Here are a few more ways you can help:

Plant A Tree

Sponsor A Tree!

Add your favorite plant to the Tiny Forest and get updates on its growth.

Book A Stay

Book A Stay

Stay overnight in our Tiny House. 100% of bookings go directly to our nonprofit.


Volunteer With Us

We water the Tiny Forest, pick up trash, and clean the Tiny House every Saturday. All ages!

We believe picking up a shovel is better than doomscrolling.

100% volunteer-led, we're a local 501(c)(3) on a mission to cultivate biodiversity in a forgotten region.

Our Manifesto

Our Manifesto

"...Let's do something crazy. Let's crowdsource a forest."

Our Methodology

Our Methodology

Because it's not enough to plant a tree and hope it survives.

Our Vision

Our Vision

Imagining the Tiny Forest in a few years, decades—or even centuries.

Since 2021, we've raised more than $7,000 to plant Tiny Forests and Pollinator Gardens throughout the Mojave Desert.

Every dollar goes back into the soil.

Our organization is a certified 501(c)(3). That means your direct donation is tax-deductible.

Help grow the Tiny Forest by giving monthly, yearly, or one time.

We're grateful to do this work alongside numerous partners.

We find our fuel through our local and global community.

Many thanks to the support, mentorship, and collaboration of our esteemed partners:

100+ dreamers believe a positive climate story is possible.

Our restoration work is built on a loose network of diverse supporters from all around the world.

Join our online community and help spread the word about the Tiny Forest in the Desert.