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NEED A GUEST SPEAKER AND GREAT TALK FOR A CLUB?
ARE YOU PART OF A GARDEN CLUB, PLANT SOCIETY, LAND TRUST, NATURE GROUP, AUDUBON CHAPTER OR ANY RELATED GROUP?
RHODOS, WILDWALKWAYS, WILDLIFE IN AN ENTERTAINING TALK!
Then you need guest speakers. I can provide an entertaining, beautiful, educational, captivating slide show presentation ON GROWING RHODODENDRONS IN MAINE-OR ANYWHERE. My talk describes our wonderful location in Georgetown Maine and shows the WildWalkWays trails, highlights the magnificent rhodos and other fine plants in a totally natural setting, talks about and shows the local scenery and gives exclusive pointers on growing rhodos that no one else talks about …all in a fun, upbeat way.
Even if you or your club are not rhodo or plant aficianados, the pictures, presentation, and scenery will excite you …and maybe make you a rhodo lover.
A PERK of having me talk: I give out FREE PASSES to WildWalkWays at speaking engagements. WildWalkWays is the trail system at Eastern Plant that meanders thru forest, bog, ravine, traverses a rushing stream, overlooks a salt marsh and more. NO OTHER NURSERY HAS ANYTHING LIKE IT.
There is a fee depending on travel time TO BOOK AS GUEST SPEEAKER OR INQUIRE just email me at email@example.com Thank you …Mark Stavish
Here is an unsolicited review of a talk I gave
Your presentation of knowledge and passion for rhododendrons in a truly magnificent natural environment was over the top. I love the stature and grace of mature rhododendrons, they are awesome and you certainly have them. From the bottom of my heart, I am most grateful for your generosity last October that brought you to me and more importantly to our group of enthusiastic rhododendron lovers. Everyone was truly thrilled and we want you to come back, and I know you made a lot of friends very interested in what you are doing there at Eastern Plant. Hopefully, many visitors, including us.
Thank you again Mark for all of your efforts in making your visit yesterday, it was real thrill for all of us. We will all look forward to learning more about your efforts in the future.
Best to you
President Connecticut Chapter American Rhododendron Society
Eastern Plant and WildWalkWays …special places on the coast of Maine