Videos & Podcasts with Slideshows

EcoBeneficial tips and interviews with leaders in the "green industry"


Edible Natives: Spotlight on Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus

Many of our native plants are edible and nutritious.  Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus is a native ground cover that offers a tasty treat for humans and pollinators.  Learn more about Opuntia humifusa with Kim Eierman of EcoBeneficial!


Late Season Natives for Shade

Need some native shade plants with big ecological benefits?  Check out these great native choices with Kim Eierman during a visit to the Mt. Cuba Center.    


Native Bog Gardening at Earth Tones Native Nursery

For the gardener who has everything – how about a beautiful native bog garden?  Learn more about these ecological wonders in this EcoBeneficial interview with Kyle Turoczi of Earth Tones Native Plant Nursery.


Growing Local Native Plants at Earth Tones Native Nursery

Earth Tones Native Plant Nursery is raising the bar for nurseries with locally-sourced, locally-grown native plants. Find out why and how in this EcoBeneficial interview with Kyle and Lisa Turoczi.


Eco-Lessons from the Farm: Meadows for Pollinators

How powerful are meadows for pollinators? Find out in this EcoBeneficial interview with Jane Sorensen, organic farmer at River Berry Farm.


Bee Houses & Bumblekultur With John Hayden

Pollinators need our help! Pick up some tips for you own landscape in this EcoBeneficial interview with John Hayden from The Farm Between.