Hi! My name is Shannon Trimboli. I grew up camping, exploring the woods and fields, climbing trees to read and write, and doing a variety of crafts. I was always active and always had a variety of interests. None of that has changed. I have over 20 years of professional experience in wildlife biology, environmental and science education / interpretation, citizen science project development, writing, and layout design.

I am also a beekeeper, author of the book Plants Honey Bees Use in the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, farmer, public speaker, artist, and owner of a nursery specializing in plants for pollinators and wildlife conservation. My love of nature and teaching about nature shows in everything I do. My nursery seeks to help others improve the pollinator and wildlife habitat on their land, no matter how big or small their property is. My writing and public speaking focuses on nature, beekeeping, and scientific research. My artwork is inspired by nature and life on the farm. And my husband and I manage our farm to be wildlife and ecologically friendly.

Yes, I stay very busy. I never get bored for long because there is always something new to capture my attention. I love what I do and look forward to continuing to forge a life that integrates all of my different interests and skills.

Please feel free to explore my website to learn more about my different skills and interests and ways we can use those skills and interests to help you.