Audience Reviews of 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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Native Landscaping

Julie Hart from Millbrook - 11/08/2021 10:25:15

It is amazing how much information Kim presented in one hour! She has such an incredible depth of knowledge, and gives clear, science-based guidance.

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Great talk on gardening for climate change

Janet Allen from Syracuse, NY - 11/03/2021 08:48:14

Our local Wild Ones chapter was excited to hear Kim talk about this topic, which is so important now. She presented many practical ideas and also inspired us to take action. Recommended!

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Actionable Great Ideas

Patti from Ligonier, PA - 10/08/2021 08:15:17

A big YAY for Kim's actionable ideas in creating and designing pollinator gardens. With science-based information and easily understood communication, her ideas and photos were great!

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Truly Inspirational

Mandy L. Smith from Pennsylvania - 10/08/2021 06:08:57

Kim presented The Pollinator Victory Garden for a Fall Garden Seminar - Gardeners Digging Deeper. Her passion, knowledge, and experience created space for participants to soak in the importance of gardening for pollinators. She provided science-based information and practical ways and best practices to go about gardening for pollinators. Truly an inspirational talk for all who attended!

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Dynamic and inspiring program

Anne C Symmes from Garrison, NY - 05/24/2021 12:31:42

Kim shared her presentation on native pollinators and the native plants that feed them and we were all amazed by her extensive knowledge of the science behind this essential yet threatened process of pollination.But beyond the fascinating science, Kim's passion and love of nature inspired us all to be better stewards of the miraculous ecosystems in our own backyards. And the program was the perfect prelude to a citizen science pollinator count that we are planning for our public garden, the Beatrix Farrand Garden in Hyde Park.