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Horticulture Instructor: Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens and Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. "David is one of the best, most knowledgeable & certainly the most entertaining garden speakers I have ever heard." Lynn Wieser, Director
Award-winning photographer, writer, and organic farmer Matthew Benson's engaging and informative presentations, workshops and book signings are extremely popular with the Garden Clubs of America, where he is on the National Speaker's Tour.
In her lively, informative workshops, Master Composter and author of "Compost City: Practical Composting Know How for Small Space Living" Rebecca Louie delivers the dirt on compost and techniques/best practices for individuals and groups.
Garden writer, speaker, Master Gardener, herbalist,gardening magazine editor, featured on local television.
Wade Graham is a garden designer, historian, and writer based in Los Angeles. His the author of American Eden: From Monticello to Central Park to our Back Yards, What Our Gardens Tell Us About Who We Are, Jesus is My Gardener, and Dream Cities.
Rick Vuyst is a radio and TV personality in West Michigan. Known for his "thank you very mulch!" approach to gardening and life, Rick has "mow"-tivated gardeners young and old by giving them a good swift kick in the plants with a sense of "humus".
Kelly Norris is a 20-something rising-star horticulturist and author, hailed in recent news as an "undownable plantsman," "a gardening evangelist," and "the unofficial Gen Y gardening spokesman."
Judith Sumner is a botanist and author specializing in ethnobotany, herbs, flowering plants, pollination, and plant adaptations. She lectures widely at botanical gardens, including the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and Garden in the Woods.
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Taking a broken car and a broken crop, in a state that imports nearly 90% of it's food, Anna chose to use her life to investigate what one person could do for food security. Lacking infrastructure and guidance, Anna decided to teach herself.