Swamp Milkweed (asclepias incarnata)

Native Plants Ambassador Training Program Session 1

Become an Ambassador for Native Plants!

We are offering two training dates with the same information for native plant ambassadors presented at both. The one hour training program will take place on Zoom. The other date being offered is Monday, April 17, 2023

Thursday, April 13, 2023 at
6pm Central Time

Registration is closed for this event. You can view the recording on our YouTube channel.

Have you ever wanted to tell someone about the importance of native plants but didn’t know what to say? You are not alone. We may understand why native plants are so important to our pollinators, our birds, our ecosystem, and our very future. However, explaining this to others in a clear, concise way can be a challenge.

Sag Moraine is offering a new Ambassador Training Program over Zoom. Learn how to give a brief but compelling introduction to native plants and why they are important. We will customize this to communicate with a variety of populations such as: family, friends, neighbors, municipalities, schools, companies, HOA’s, corporations etc. Each population may have unique advantages by planting native.

We will also explain ways Sag Moraine can provide further assistance and education for everyone who is willing to start going native. In addition, we will provide ambassadors with the pdf for printed materials as well as access to power point materials.

Become an ambassador for this grassroots movement and help us restore our environment one plant at a time!

Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) on Lavender Anise Hyssop Blossom

Catherine Bryla is co-founder and President of Sag Moraine Native Plant Community. After a quarter-century as a small business owner, Catherine now leverages her entrepreneurial skills to share her passion for native plants and their role in supporting pollinators and birds, especially in a suburban environment.

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