As part of our agreement for the tree net we built for the Growing Wild Forest School in Asheville, North Carolina, Tree Weaves is offering scholarships for enrollment in their primary education program.
The entire Tree Weaves net building team loves highlining!
Slackfolding is Tree Weaves’ own version of scaffolding
One afternoon last summer the gang decided to make our own tree net style swing set to hang underneath one of our tree nets.
We are huge proponents of doing controlled burns in your private forests, for a number of reasons:
Sometimes our Tree Weaves require ladders to get up onto a platform from below…
For our Elder Arrow project we wanted the net to be seamlessly accessible by stepping off the top of a boulder, with no climbing required. To do this, we had to drill holes into the hard granite and place expansion bolts made for rock climbing…
Whereas before one had to climb up onto a platform suspended 4' in the air, access is now eased by this entry ramp, which one can simply step up onto from the ground below.
Jonathan Laing is a great rigger and weaver, and he just also happens to be our preferred videographer.
Emily has a passion for highlining, Rolfing, thai massage, and Tree Weaves.
Being around Liz is a always fun, and if you’re lucky enough to have her do work on your Tree Weave, it will be an experience you never forget.
Alex Patton lives in Asheville North Carolina and is usually around at most of the Tree Weaves Projects.
River Echeverria is the creator of Tree Weaves.