Programs Available for Booking
Why Native Plant Landscapes Matter
This is a wonderful introduction to the ecological importance of native plant landscapes, and the issue as a whole. Using our founder's urban garden as a case study, it illustrates how much of importance can be achieved in a relatively small landscape. Full of fabulous photographs and inspirational.
Landscaping for Bird Diversity
This program teaches the essential principles and actions required to create successful bird habitat, and examines the importance of the issue in the context of declining native bird populations. A thorough and engaging dive into the subject.
Lessons from the Garden: What Native Plants Have Taught Me
For audiences that already understand why native plants are important, this program explores in-depth how best to work with them in the landscape. Much success comes by moving away from conventional garden practices, understanding plant adaptations, learning about soil and plant community relationships.
Nature is Not Out There: Changing the Conservation Paradigm
This is a call to action with the context of history as its frame. Here, we consider the rise of the modern conservation movement, the odd cultural conception that nature is set aside away from human activity, and what must become the new paradigm for conservation in the 21st century if we are to sustain biodiversity and life as we know it.
Upcoming Traveling Talks: All are Welcome
The following programs are being presented in cooperation with the host organizations listed. They are open to the public and you are invited to attend.