The Pando Living Map from Friends of Pando is a first of its kind, comprehensive high quality map project documenting the Pando Aspen Tree, the world’s largest aspen clone and largest tree by weight and land mass both. A living document, this project combines historical maps, contemporary maps and timely monitoring data undertaken to study and protect the tree to ensure it can be enjoyed for generations to come.
In 2023, Friends of Pando launched 3 new long-term monitoring and preservation programs including soil studies, bioacoustic studies and ongoing wildlife monitoring systems. In all, 5 programs to study, undersatnd and protect Pando for generations to come. Review and download data sets from 2023 and previous years work.
Friends of Pando is proud to announce a new Sponsorship from Salt Lake City based Pando Coffee. Pando Coffee will sponsor the 2024 Pando Ambassador Program sustaining work to monitor, study and protect Pando. Head over to Pando Coffee today to learn more and be sure to “round up for good” if you make a purchase as all proceeds will directly benefit our work.
Sound Artist, Jeff Rice was our Resident Artist for 2022. Visit Jeff’s artist’s page to learn more about his experience with the tree and immerse yourself in the sounds of Pando…
Friends of Pando is a proud partner to Pando’s federal land stewards, Fishlake National Forest.
Friends of Pando is dedicated and working to educate the public, support research and preservation efforts and inspire stewardship of Pando, the world’s largest tree.
Your gift of only $14 a month will help protect Pando for generations to come.
Friends of Pando is a proud partner of Pando’s public land stewards, Fishlake National Forest of the U.S. Forest Service, Department of Agriculture.
Learn more about our partnership.
Friends of Pando and its partners are equal opportunity employers.