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Eierman

Kim speaks, teaches, writes + consults on EcoBeneficial landscapes + native plants. She's a Certified Horticulturist, an Accredited Organic Landcare Pro +Certified Naturalist. Kim teaches at NY Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden + Go Native U.


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Eco Gardening for the Spring

Elizabeth Harkins from Old Greenwich - 04/14/2018 22:37:41

Kim Eierman spoke to the Garden Club of Old Greenwich early April 2018 on the subject of EcoGardening for the Spring. She has very informative and convincing about why it is necessary for all of us to be aware of how what we do in our yards and gardens has implications for the future of our planet. Kim's presentation was attractive.

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Terrific speaker

Laura Fanzilli- Norwalk Garden Club from Norwalk Ct - 03/21/2018 19:12:30

Kim had a very informative and inspiring presentation telling us how to make our gardens eco - friendly and how to help our environment. The members were inspired. I think Kim help me realize what I have been doing right in the garden and how I can improve by letting nature take over by introducing more pollinators and thinking about the impact in my garden.

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Great Presentation!

CBH from Rosendale, NY - 03/07/2018 17:36:07

Kim has a breadth and depth of knowledge and is a brilliant Educator. You walk away from her presentations enlightened, inspired, and excited about planting in a manner that benefits the entire ecosystem.

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Pollinator Program

Beverly Kazickas from New Jersey - 10/27/2017 00:30:31

Outstanding Speaker! Extremely knowledgable and interesting. The audience loved Kim's presentation.

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Kim makes you stop and think

Mary Kernan from Bedford, MA - 09/18/2017 16:39:20

Kim gave our garden club a great presentation and really made everyone stop and think about the impact of what we are (and are not!) planting in our gardens. It was especially helpful for some who are 'old school' to consider using inputs like compost, letting plants go to seed, leaving leaves in the garden and more.