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The Native Plant Podcast

A weekly Natural Sciences podcast
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Before serving as Horticulturist of Haskell Public Gardens, Mc Cullin was the Senior Horticulturalist at The Native Plant Trusts Garden in the Woods. Prior to that, McCullin was selected as a Garden Club of America and Royal Society of Horticul
Jenn Myers drops by to chat with John and Preston about things that landscape companies can do to attract and maintain professional staffs
Miles Hilton Connors is Director of Parterre Ecological, a specialized division within Parterre Garden Services that integrates principles of ecology and horticulture to protect, promote and restore native plant communities.
Chris & John host Andrea Amaya with all of her plant knowledge and work she's helping the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center do, she's a wealth of information.
Kyle Lybarger is a Forester, a conservation influencer, and a life long outdoorsman from Hartselle, Alabama. Kyle holds a Bachelors degree in Forestry ,with a concentration in Forest Science, from Alabama A&M University. His love for the outdoo
Emma Marris is the author of Wild Souls: Freedom and Flourishing in the Non-Human World and Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World. She also writes about the human and nonhuman worlds, and the enduringly complex relationships
Dr. Darrel Morrison joins us for the beginning of our seventh season and we couldn't be happier with having him.
Saturnia Farm in Clyde North Carolina is a nursery, flower farm, and homestead with growing and land management practices guided by principals of beauty, permaculture, and ecology.  Their mission is to provide holistically-grown, affordable, sp
Two friends of ours have joined forces to give us all some great suggestions for deer resistant plants for the Northeast United States.  Gregg Tepper has been on the podcast before, but this time he brings one of our favorite gardening authors;
Following in the footsteps of Frank Lloyd Wright, Tony Gomez- Philips helps to update classic design into a more sustainable light at Monona Terrace in Wisconsin.
Jessica Walliser is a former contributing editor for Organic Gardening and a regular contributor to many national gardening publications. Her two weekly gardening columns for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review have been enjoyed by readers for over t
Jeff Epping has been Director of Horticulture at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison WI, since 1992 where he oversees horticultural operations and the garden designs of more than 15 inspirational garden areas showcasing fantastic plants for So
Sam Droege has been spent most of his career at the USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. He has coordinated the North American Breeding Bird Survey Program, developed the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program, the BioBlitz, Cricket Cr
A child of the Midwest, Mark Dwyer is a passionate gardener, plants person, designer, horticulture speaker, educator and author. He has degrees in landscape architecture (University of Illinois) and urban forestry (UW-Stevens Point) and is form
Dr. Amy Johnson is a conservation scientist and Program Director for Virginia Working Landscapes, a community-based research program at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institiute. In this role, Amy leads a team that cultivates a dynamic ne
Former Cullowhee Scholarship winner and current Landscape Architect Sadie Walters drops by to chat with John & Preston about her new project promoting sustainable charging stations for electric vehicles.
This week, John & Chris sit down with Dr. Sara 'Fern' Fitzsimmons to talk about her love of one of America's most iconic trees- the American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) and to talk about it's chances of a future return to our forests.
Eleanor Allen is the CEO of Water For People, a global nonprofit working in Africa, Latin America, and Asia to help develop sustainable water and sanitation services for millions of people. She's a social entrepreneur recognized by the Schwab F
Author, Naturalist and all around good guy, Dr. Doug Tallamy joins John Magee and Capital Naturalist Alonso Abugattas to discuss one of the most important trees we can add to our landscapes- the Oak (Quercus spp.).  Known to support some 570 sp
During a career spanning more than 30 years, Professor Jeff Ollerton has established himself as one of the world’s leading experts on pollinators and pollination. The author of more than 120 articles and book chapters, his highly-cited, ground-
For the last 10 years, Matthew has been managing the buildings and grounds of the Danvers Historical Society. There, Matthew's mission has been to restore the historic gardens as well as implement strategies to build resiliency into the landsca
Matt Bright has been the Conservation Manager at Earth Sangha, an organization his parents founded in 1998 since 2011. Before that, he worked as a volunteer firefighter and EMT while attending Kenyon College in Ohio. Matt now splits his time be
Celia Vuocolo manages PEC’s Sustainable Habitat Program. She works with landowners interested in managing their property for wildlife habitat, provides outreach and education on wildlife and land stewardship, works on wildlife conservation poli
On today's show, John sits down with Michael Myers of the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy to talk about how local non-profits can help educate the public and conserve areas for wildlife habitat.
Beth Ginter, Executive Director of the Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, drops by to tell us about their certification for Professional Landscapers (CBLP) to help clean storm water runoff before it reaches the Bay.
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