Audience Reviews of Simcox


As a Botanical Explorer, I am dedicated to sharing my experience of the vast diversity of the plant world with as many people as possible. The future of mankind is inextricably linked to us developing a symbiotic relationship with plants and nature.

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B. Wampler from Indiana - 11/03/2016 12:34:26

The presentation by Joseph at a seed saving workshop held the group's attention through style and content. Clearly he loves what he does adventuring in the name of plant knowledge...and has much joy in meeting people all over the world. The visual presentation could attest to that, His display was attractive with pumpkins, corn, and many seeds. The end of the day was late to share seeds though. I missed some goodies, I know. Don't let it happen to you. Catch him when you can!

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5 stars

Sandy Schmidt from Brunswick, Maine - 10/27/2016 18:26:24

Thank you so much for venturing to Topsham, Maine this week. Also for addressing my question regarding any similarities between edible plant bio-diversity and those of the animal kingdom. Very poignant message, and most entertaining delivery you render. I have already begun to share some of your principles and observation with colleagues. Would be interested in references and others who share your enthusiasm. Find myself observing "weeds" differently after listening to your presentation. Sandy Schmidt

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Squashes, Peppers, Sunflowers, OH MY!

Michelle Borodinsky from Topsham, ME - 10/27/2016 10:59:12

What a wonderful presentation! Anyone who is interested in feeding themselves and the world without dangerous chemicals or genetically modified food should hear this speaker. It was truly inspiring to see all the amazing pictures of beautiful traditional fruits and vegetables that have been sustaining humans for thousands of years and can continue to nourish us if we only open our minds and mouths to the possibilities. I can't wait to try some new heirloom seeds this spring. Joe, thank you for all your hard work to save these plants and bring them to our attention.

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Gail Robinson from Demossville - 10/27/2016 10:36:42

Very inspiring..made me want to start my garden the day after his presentation...even though it is Oct...can't wait till spring!!!.

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carl smith from Brunswick, ME - 10/26/2016 14:05:13

Who knew there were so many plants used as food sources around the world? Joseph's photos brought this to life, as well as his passion for seeking them and their consumers. I was interested in his thoughts about their not being too many people, but that we don't know what to do with what we have.
I enjoyed the dialogue between you and your knowledgeable colleague, and I think your different points of view could be made an even greater part of your presentation.
So, that's my feedback!