Shannon Trimboli’s Upcoming Events


Where did the summer go? I’ve stayed busy with my nursery and consulting business, my Backyard Ecology blog and podcast, and working on several new books. Even though I didn’t have many presentations during the summer, this fall is heating up with all kinds of different in-person and virtual events. Other events and activities are in the works for this fall, so stay tuned for more announcements.

As always, if you are a member of a club or organization who might be interested in having me speak at one of your meetings, please contact me or have the appropriate person contact me. I am actively scheduling virtual and in-person talks and presentations for the rest of 2021, and am even starting to schedule activities for 2022.

I absolutely love fall and am so excited for the cooler weather, all the beautiful fall wildflowers, and the upcoming events I have planned. I hope to see you at some of them!

Calendar of upcoming events and presentations

Sept. 12: By-appointment Open House
Last Open House of the season. I will have native plants, honey, my book, and other items available.

Sept. 24: Pre-ordered delivery in Glasgow
Possibly, my last monthly pre-ordered delivery in Glasgow of native plants, honey, etc. for the season. I may have one more delivery in October, but that will be determined by the plants and the weather.

Sept. 25: Pre-ordered delivery in Bowling Green
Possibly, my last biweekly pre-ordered deliveries in Bowling Green of native plants, honey, etc. for the season. I may have one or two more deliveries in October, but that will be determined by the plants and the weather.

Oct. 3: Tennessee Honey Festival
I will be giving a presentation at the Tennessee Honey Festival on planting for honey bees and other pollinators. My presentation will be from 10:00-11:00. I will also have an educational booth with copies of my books and other items.

Oct. 30: Connecting with Nature: Integrating nature into our daily lives
I will be joining 3 other presenters in this virtual seminar to discuss ways that we can better integrate nature into our lives.

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