In 2015 I retired after 17 years as the first Executive Director of Wild Ones (Native Plants, Natural Landscapes) and I’m looking forward to my next life adventure which will involve writing and natural landscaping and sometimes other things. I’ve been actively involved in natural landscaping since the 1980s. My husband and I manage a small prairie and woodland as part of our home, and my brothers and I own an 80-acre cedar swamp we use for hunting.
My life now is less stressful, but I miss the contact with everyone. I’ve started this blog as a way to communicate with you about what’s happening in the “natural landscaping with native plants movement,” and maybe some other things. If you have something you’d like to share, please comment on one of my posts or send an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) – I’m looking forward to you participating in the chatter. And don’t forget to subscribe so you won’t miss anything! I am planning to post two or three times a week and send out a digest once a week on Friday afternoon.