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Nan Sterman focuses her speaking, designing, writing and presentations on low water, sustainable and edible gardens throughout the west.
Nat'l Television Host of Growing A Greener World on PBS and DIY Network, author, syndicated columnist and 2011 recipient of The American Horticultural Society's Communication Award, which recognizes effective and inspirational communication.
Fran Sorin is the author of the recently published, 10th Anniversary Edition of Digging Deep: Unearthing Your Creative Roots Through Gardening, which Andrew Weil, M.D., calls a “profound and inspiring book."
Lisa tells it all when it comes to gardening and cut flowers. Her contagious spirit inspires beginners as well as the seasoned gardener. Lisa's sustainable and organic gardening experience have been gathered from everyday life on her cut-flower farm.
Founder and Owner of The Bonny Doon Garden Company since 1998- a full service floral design studio, and botanical gift shop. Annual Exhibitor; Bouquets to Art, Filoli Flower Show. Green Gardener Certified – instruction in sustainable gardening.
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.
Benjamin Vogt energizes audiences with humor, down-to-earth conversation, stunning images, accurate research on environmental and horticultural issues, philosophy, and psychology – all with clear, empowering wildlife & garden-friendly advice.
Award-winning writer Mary-Kate Mackey offers dynamic talks in two areas of interest—the practical art of gardening and the garden writer’s craft. She has been a contributor to the Sunset Western Garden Book, and an adjunct journalism professor.
Anna shares her often humorous path to possibility as she shares her one woman journey to troubleshoot agriculture in a state that imports over 90% of its food.