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Everything Toni Gattone has done in her career has brought her to being a speaker and writer in the garden industry. Gardening is her first love and her presentations, which are inspiring, informational and humorous, demonstrate that passion.
Designer & writer, Mary Ann Newcomer, scribe-scout-and-speaker, blogs at www.gardensofthewildwildwest.com and appears regularly as the "Dirt Diva" on the River Radio, 94.9 in Boise, ID. Her articles on gardening appear in MaryJane's Farm magazine.
Ruth Kassinger, award-winning author (Paradise Under Glass and A Garden of Marvels), mixes gardening for the novice, botanical history, tales of extraordinary plants, and humor.
Jo Ann is a Timber author whose many articles, books and lectures are inspired by decades of country living. In 2001, after 30 years on a 100-acre back farm, she and her husband moved to rural Adirondacks where they garden and keep flocks of poultry.
Beth's a well known educator, writer, and enthusiastic speaker on a muti-dimentional range of garden topics. With a passion for the rare and unique, I will take you on an exciting journey to create Four-Season interest for any garden. Virgina based.
With an eye for great plants and passion for design, Keri Byrum is as comfortable speaking to a group about color in the garden as she is covered in dirt. She is an accomplished speaker, author and photographer for gardening and landscaping
Dee Nash is the author of The 20-30 Something Garden Guide: A No-Fuss, Down and Dirty, Gardening 101 for Anyone Who Wants to Grow Stuff.
Dee is a writer, speaker, garden coach and social media/tech junkie, born and raised in Oklahoma.
Sandy Clinton is a landscape architect who has been designing and building gardens across the country for over 30 years. Her extraordinary experiences enhance her two current garden and plant-related talks: Gardens Transformed, and Potage Gardens.
Going beyond organic to nutrient dense food! Dr. Bogs is a nutritionist who became a horticulturist after reading scientific studies of the loss of food nutrient density. She is an author and works as a consultant to farmers and gardeners.
Inspired by the grand potagers of France, Jennifer Bartley passionately communicates how to create these edible havens in our own back yards. She is the author of Designing the New Kitchen Garden and The Kitchen Gardener's Handbook.