July 2021 Meeting - Robert Hoffman

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Monday, July 26th, 2021
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Topic: Native Prairie Reconstruction for Pollinator Habitat in the Midsouth

Speaker: Robert Hoffman, Roundstone Native Seed

Summary: This presentation will cover what native plants are, why they are important, when and how to establish them for you best chance of success. The focus will be on site preparation and establishment using different techniques of installation for both large-scale and small-scale plantings. Native plants are not hard to establish, they are just different.

Bio: Robert Hoffman was born in Jackson, TN and grew up in Sumter, South Carolina.  He has a Bachelors of Science in Natural Resource Management from University of Tennessee Martin and a Master’s of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida.  Robert began his career working at the Tall Timbers Research Station in South Georgia and North Florida , studying northern bobwhites.  He has worked as a Wildlife Biologist for Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, working with private landowners to establish wildlife habitat through Farm Bill programs. Robert joined Roundstone Native Seed in 2015. When he is not working, his favorite hobbies include hunting, fishing or backpacking with his wife Ashley.

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Topic: Wild Ones Middle Tennessee Monthly Meeting
Time: Jul 26, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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