Audience Reviews of Chace


Teri Dunn Chace is a writer and editor with more than 35 titles in publication, and a long and distinguished career in horticulture and natural history. Her popular presentations--accompanied by beautiful slides--are lively and edifying.

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Highly Recommend!

Kristin Andres from Dennis, MA - 04/08/2019 13:33:30

Teri is an engaging speaker, knowledgeable and a great story teller of facts.

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Thoroughly engaging, knowledgeable speaker!

ilona ontscherenki from NJ - 11/06/2018 17:31:23

Teri spoke to an audience of about 100 last Sunday, and shifted between whimsy and science with ease in her activating talk on her latest wonderful book 'Seeing Seeds'. Hardy Plant Society hopes to have her back soon. Thank you, Teri!

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Program on Seeing Flowers

Judy Snow from Basking Ridge - 10/04/2018 16:45:58

Teri recently gave an interesting program at the Frelinghuysen Arboretum in Morristown, NJ from her book about the hidden life of flowers. The photos were lovely, and Teri's fascinating comments about the evolutionary purpose of floral traits added another dimension to her presentation. She's an engaging speaker who had everyone's attention. Very easy-going and friendly--we hope to have her back.

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Wonderful Presenter of Many Topics

Berkshire Botanical Garden from Stockbridge, MA - 05/01/2018 16:55:33

Berkshire Botanical Garden has hosted Teri Dunn Chace numerous times over the past few years for her talks: War on Weeds, Seeing Flowers, and Seeing Seeds. Teri is an excellent speaker who brings her own experiences, research, and anecdotes into each presentation, as well as engaging photos and a wide array of her books for sale. We look forward to her next program with us!

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Director of Education

Nancy Easterling from Chapel Hill, NC - 11/07/2017 16:13:10

The North Carolina Botanical Garden was pleased to host Teri as a keynote speaker for our Saving Our Seeds program series, taking us on a journey through the cultural and natural history of seeds. Every seed tells a story, and Teri shared many of these fascinating stories, engaging and captivating the audience in words and photographs. We greatly appreciate Teri helping us to tell our story of the importance of seed conservation.