Get the inspiration you need to create an ecological oasis with this award-winning environmental landscape expert.
Kim is an environmental horticulturist, specializing in ecological landscapes and native plants. She inspires audiences to make simple changes in their landscapes that make huge environmental improvements. Kim is an active speaker nationwide on many ecological topics – as she tells her audiences, "every landscape matters!"
Kim teaches regularly at:
New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Native Plant Center and Rutgers Home Gardeners School
Sample of where Kim has presented:
North Carolina Nursery & Landscape Association, Greenscapes Symposium, Ecological Landscape Alliance, The Garden Conservancy, The Nature of Cities Festival, New York Botanical Garden, Midwest Native Plant Society, Virginia Native Landscapes, Philadelphia Flower Show, Beatrix Farrand Garden, Wave Hill, International Society of Arboriculture, Hardy Plant Society, The Native Plant Center, GardenComm, Illinois Landscape Contractors Association, Dutchess Land Conservancy, Half Moon Education, Native Plant Society of New Jersey, Jenkins Arboretum, Connecticut Botanical Society, Massachusetts Master Gardener Conference, Teatown Lake Reservation, New England Grows, Bartlett Arboretum, Cullowhee Native Plant Conference, ADK Action, New York State Turf and Landscape Association, Aspetuck Land Trust, MGIX, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Vermont Nursery & Landscape Association, Central Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association, SXSW Eco, Connecticut Flower & Garden Show, et al.
Virtual or In Person
Suggested Keynote Presentations:
Presentations by Category:
EcoBeneficial Gardening & Landscaping
Native Gardening & Landscaping
Native Plants Galore
Meadowscaping & Turf Alternatives
Small Spaces & Containers
Landscaping for Wildlife
Words from the Attendees
“Kim Is Wonderful. Kim knows her subject and is entertaining. Many of our members commented how they enjoyed her talk. I learned so much and she opened my eyes to how I can improve my landscape to invite beneficial bugs. I am certainly more cognizant now and see my garden differently. I would invite her again in the future.”
“Good motivator! Kim inspired us with her exceptional knowledge on how to bring more pollinators into your own "eco-system" by using more natives and less pesticides.”
“Ms. Eierman did an excellent presentation for [our club] on gardening for beekeepers. The presentation was informative and was specifically created for the topic and our group. We received nothing but positive feedback from our members.”