Member Spotlight: Kirsten Sharp
Kirsten supports the Foundation because it helps promote and educate about the use of Florida native plants, which is so important.
Member Spotlight: Kelly Tesiero
Kelly supports the Foundation because it grows her network of native plant and ecological experts, educates her with seminars and makes it super easy to access wildflower information.
Member Spotlight: Jody Willis
Jody supports the Florida Wildflower Foundation because of the important work we do to preserve our native wildflower habitats!
Member Spotlight: Suzanne Spencer
Suzanne supports the Florida Wildflower Foundation because of the excellent job we do in promoting and educating the public on the need to protect and expand native wildflower habitats and because the educational aspect of our program is research-based
Meet board member Mark Russell
As a Florida Wildflower Foundation board member, Mark Russell brings his experience in horticulture installation and landscape design to his leadership role of the Foundation.
Member profile: Neta Villalobos-Bell
Neta Villalobos-Bell is passionate about native plants and the value they have for wildlife. She delights in tending to her native wildflowers, and is a huge advocate for creating habitat for Florida’s butterflies and bees.
Member profile: Phyllis Stopford
A Florida Wildflower Foundation member for more than a decade, Phyllis Stopford is devoted to learning about native plants. The more she learns about the beneficial quality of native plants, the more her perspective grows. “I now see landscapes through a different lens and have redefined my idea of beauty. ”
Member profile: Steven Miller
Get to know new Florida Wildflower Foundation member Steven Miller. Steven, founder of a wedding photography company based in Central Florida, incorporates native plants into his business! When he is not taking pictures of people professionally, he is usually snapping pictures of the natural world or filling up his yard with wildflowers.
Our members have raised more than $4 million to spread flowers along roadsides, research their mysteries, and teach people how Florida’s first flowers sustain bees and butterflies. Join them today in supporting native wildflowers and the wildlife depending on them.
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