Our Experts Videos

We videotape many of our Evenings with Experts lectures so that they are readily available to you whenever you wish, and to reach a large audience across Massachusetts and beyond. Our speakers are some of the best experts in the country. These recordings are professionally video-edited (so you can really see the speakers' slides). Learn and enjoy!

2019 Programs

The Challenge and Promise of Restoring Urban Landscapes

Steven Handel, Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolution, Rutgers University

Sugar, Sex, and Poison: Understanding the Vital Powers of Plants

William Cullina, Executive Director, Coastal Maine Botanical Garden

More than Just the Buzz: Finding Real Solutions to Native Pollinator Declines

Robert Gegear, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

2018 Programs

Lessons Learned when Field Botany Meets Design

Uli Lorimer, Curator of the Native Flora Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden

2017 Programs

Nurturing the Liberated Landscape

Larry Weaner, Author of Garden Revolution & Founder of Larry Weaner Landscape Associates

The Art and Science of Growing Native Plants from Seed: Why, When, and How

Randi Eckel, Founder of Toadshade Wildflower Farm

How Native Plant Cultivars Affect Pollinators

Annie White, Landscape Designer & Adjunct Professor, University of Vermont

2016 Programs

Native Plant Gardens: Learning By Example

Carolyn Summers, Author of Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East

Restoring Nature's Relationships at Home

Douglas Tallamy, Professor of Entomology and Wildlife Biology at the University of Delaware; Author of Bringing Nature Home and The Living Landscape

Spring Wildflowers: Ephemeral Beauty with a Purpose

Carol Gracie, Author of Spring Wildflowers of the Northeast

2015 Programs

Humans and Wildlife: The New Imbalance

Jim Sterba, Author of Nature Wars

Land Stewardship for Pollinator Conservation

Kelly Gill,  Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation