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Jeff Wingate
42:35
greetings from Jenera,Ohio
Lynette Dean
43:06
Lynette Dean Cincinnati Ohio
Jessie Shiffler
43:20
Hiya from Exton, PA Chester County
Marketa Anderson
43:31
hello from Lebanon, OH
Randee Goodstadt
44:23
hooray! Love his books!!
Ken Koellner
44:28
Can one of the panelists post that osu URL in the chat?
Cecilia Devlin
45:14
👏
Mindy McCartney
45:14
Hi - Mindy from Summit County
Denise Ellsworth
45:37
The recording should just include Doug’s image
Denise Ellsworth
45:56
Hi!!
Marie VanGuilder
46:23
Hi there from New Hampshire. Thank you for this presentation.
Denise Ellsworth
46:46
Welcome :)
Denise Ellsworth
48:04
The Living Landscape website for links, recommended readings and (eventually) webinar recordings: http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Lauren Fernandez
48:41
I am totally fascinated and enthralled by your presentation already, Doug!
Julia Wilson
51:58
If you have a question, please feel free to type that into the Q&A box
Julia Wilson
52:22
If you have a question, please feel free to type that into the Q&A box.
Elisabeth Rothschild
53:36
What do birds use carotenoids for besides feather color?
Kathryn Pasquenza
53:54
how and where do you fund caterpillars in your yard?
Denise Ellsworth
54:44
Done! Also here for you: http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Ken Koellner
54:56
Thanks for the URL.
Julia Wilson
54:59
The Q&A box will hold your questions for Doug, but unfortunately will get lost here in the chat box. If you can, please move your questions to the box that says "Q&A"
Lonelle Yoder
55:01
I work in wildlife rehab, and we feed a lot of live mealworms to orphan songbirds because mealworms are easy to grow in bins - I'm curious how these larvae compare to caterpillars, nutritionally.
Lea Osgood
55:06
wow and beautiful photos
Denise Ellsworth
56:05
Hello, Dewey!
Julia Wilson
57:07
Hi Amanda, can you post this question in the Q&A box?
Janette Foust
59:10
That explains why I see the broken ends all the time
Kathleen Bradley
59:14
So cool!!!
Denise Ellsworth
59:25
Smiles to you
Julia Wilson
01:04:02
HI Evelyn, can you post your question into the Q&A box? Thank you!
Louis Mays
01:04:50
So far, I have most of those trees in my garden.
Carrie Hansen
01:05:10
eek
Denise Ellsworth
01:05:20
I love that, Laura…The Tallamy Rap
Pat Hambleton
01:06:24
He is amazing!
Julia Wilson
01:06:40
He is!
Debra Knapke
01:07:13
Thank you, Doug, for mentioning "Mosquito Joe" There has been an increase of companies that wish to get rid of all those nasty insects around your home. Doug is telling us: we must have insects!
Louis Mays
01:07:51
We need to leave nature alone. There’s a reason for every creature on earth.
Jennifer Schneller
01:08:11
Not to mention the starvation event this last summer that killed around 900,000 songbirds in the southwestern united states
Jennifer Schneller
01:08:55
Not to mention the starvation event this last summer that killed around 900,000 songbirds in the southwestern united states
Catherine Gunn
01:10:24
The Tallamy rap - hahaha!
Bob Gittins
01:10:59
:D
Jessi Sadaka
01:11:06
I might look up the science! I like reading research articles - thanks for including the references :)
Suzanne Foos
01:11:46
I am in an HOA am extremely limited in what I can plant. I have a 10x16 area with natives to NWO. Last year there were no monarchs! And it’s winter and I have had 8 bluebirds at a feeder.
Dewey Mann
01:11:54
I really like the 12x12 “research on display” idea for parks, educational entities, etc. Great visual!
Kathleen Bradley
01:12:58
Most of us here would not call the man with the can!
Hedy Westra
01:14:11
A few years ago I spent 3 hours at a beautiful Japanese garden—and heard not one bird,
Charlotte Niceswanger
01:14:25
This is EXCELLENT!
Elaine Carro
01:14:38
possible to stop chats--they block the screen
Barbra McDill
01:15:01
Elaine, you can x out of the chat
Annette Birt Clark
01:15:08
Use the arrow to minimize chat window
Kathleen Bradley
01:15:21
Click on the chat - will reduce to bottom of screen
Don Creamer
01:15:29
click on chat icon
Bob Henrickson
01:15:33
I wonder how many of those caterpillars were eaten by the second day!
Gloria
01:15:40
There's a downward arrow at the top of my chat screen. Clicking it allows me to close the chat box.
Gloria
01:16:04
Closing It increases the space for Doug and his photos.
Don Creamer
01:16:07
sorry click on x at top of chat box
Matthew Woodyard
01:17:05
AMAZING!
Matthew Woodyard
01:17:16
What a fantastic resource!
Denise Ellsworth
01:17:35
Native Plant Finder: https://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinder/
Laura Nesbitt
01:18:01
thank you!
Nancy Verber
01:18:48
Please make the chat file available to participants.
David Simon
01:19:57
A lot of "weeds" in that list. We need to change the paradigm.
Julia Wilson
01:20:22
Doug's Native Plant Finder website: https://www.nwf.org/nativeplantfinder/
Kathleen Bradley
01:20:48
I hope my OSU Extension agents are watching.
Judith Stich
01:21:05
Can you post the audubon link?
Julia Wilson
01:21:47
Audubon's Plants for Birds: https://www.audubon.org/plantsforbirds?gclid=CjwKCAiAl4WABhAJEiwATUnEF2TlYEPq1n6K9xBv2qK4hcDGEEauNwKkL6WnvyrDjH9swhszUZYPXxoCe-4QAvD_BwE
Elisabeth Rothschild
01:21:50
For native plants in Ohio, USDA PLANTS database is pretty accurate. You can even look to see if a particular plant is native to your county. Northern Ohio plants may not survive SW Ohio clay soils. Takes a little practice to use but is an excellent resource https://plants.sc.egov.usda.gov/java/
Marcia Carsten
01:22:55
FInd a list of native plant nurseries at www. ohionativegrowers.com
Melissa DiBiase
01:22:59
thanks for the links!
Linda Evans
01:23:09
could you repost your www.go.osu link? I didn't get it all.
Sarah Kent
01:23:15
this is stressing me out haha'
Denise Ellsworth
01:23:16
Elisabeth Rothschild shares: For native plants in Ohio, USDA PLANTS database is pretty accurate. You can even look to see if a particular plant is native to your county. Northern Ohio plants may not survive SW Ohio clay soils. Takes a little practice to use but is an excellent resource https://plants.sc.egov.usda.gov/java/
Denise Ellsworth
01:23:40
The Living Landscape webpage: http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Denise Ellsworth
01:24:17
http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Linda Evans
01:24:48
thank you
Denise Ellsworth
01:24:51
Me too! :)
Denise Ellsworth
01:28:17
Doug Tallamy’s paper ranking NAm species for caterpillars: https://www-jstor-org.proxy.lib.ohio-state.edu/stable/pdf/29738829.pdf?refreqid=excelsior%3Aba7466dc0283f5b67ab0cceaed79320c
Denise Ellsworth
01:28:59
Sorry, bad link…let me repost the key genera research
Denise Ellsworth
01:29:53
Doug’s work on keystone species:https://www.udel.edu/udaily/2020/december/doug-tallamy-native-plants-food-web-insects-birds-survival-earth/
Louis Mays
01:29:55
That looks like so many houses in our local area.
Patricia Martin
01:30:03
cannot get it as I have no password for OSU library
Mary McMunn
01:31:16
time to hold nurseries accountable....invasive plants, tons of plastic....seems to defeat the purpose.
Denise Ellsworth
01:31:17
Robin Schachat shares: Holden Forests and Gardens has a Tree Selector tool at their website under "Community Forestry". It is not directly correlated to the Food Web, but helps with NE OH tree variety choices.
Denise Ellsworth
01:31:55
My mistake: try here https://www.udel.edu/udaily/2020/december/doug-tallamy-native-plants-food-web-insects-birds-survival-earth/
Patricia Martin
01:32:33
yes it worked
Denise Ellsworth
01:33:17
The mullet landscape approach: business in the front, party in the back haha
Beth Gehres
01:33:27
"You can still play with your lawnmowers; it will be OK." Loved that, Doug. I laughed outloud!!
Matthew Woodyard
01:34:00
The mullet approach can be applied to more than just highly fashionable hair styles! :)
Kathleen Bradley
01:34:03
My mother was a pioneer for this. Over 30 years ago she took out most of the yard and planted native species.
Tisa Watts
01:34:07
Denise is cracking herself up again!
Denise Ellsworth
01:34:47
You’re so funny….was the mullet comment yours or someone else’s? Love it :)
Marcia Carsten
01:35:38
Check out the Ohio ODOT pollinator section on their website. They have a nice program to plant native habitat.
Matthew Woodyard
01:36:11
I have been doing a lot of study on medical benefits of nature.
Brittany Durco
01:36:13
We've turned nearly 2 acres from grass to native prairies at Toledo Memorial Park cemetery in the past year and can't wait to add more :)
Matthew Woodyard
01:36:17
Fascinating
Denise Ellsworth
01:36:34
You can “thumbs-up” questions in the Q&A box…this help bring the question to the top to be answered…
Julia Wilson
01:36:34
https://homegrownnationalpark.org/
Erin Salsbery
01:36:45
We are proud to be on the map!
Denise Ellsworth
01:37:03
Someone shared that on a webinar, so I can’t take credit
Elisabeth Rothschild
01:37:35
It should also be mentioned that the use of lawn chemicals, in particular neonicotinoids in grub control, stay in the soils and are sequestered by lawn trees. I have neighbors with large native oaks but there are few insects on them due to the yearly grub control.
Carol Carter
01:37:40
my honeybees feed on flowers in crape myrtle
Beth Gehres
01:38:03
We quit cutting back seedheads in our gardens. Recently, in one look out of the window, we counted six different types of birds eating from those seedheads.
Denise Ellsworth
01:38:35
And the larvae glow in the dark!!
Denise Ellsworth
01:38:43
My compost glows..
Deb Abel
01:39:09
Is this presentation being recorded or use by other groups?
Kathleen Bradley
01:39:12
Glow little glow-worm!
Kim Chamberland
01:39:14
Great presentation!!
Candice Reder
01:39:15
This was amazing. Thank you!
Matthew Woodyard
01:39:16
THANK YOU!
Maryann Debski
01:39:23
Excellent!
Linda Hartman
01:39:23
excellant
Diana Holzer
01:39:23
FANTASTIC!
Merry Tapp
01:39:25
Great!!!
Sandy Czajka
01:39:26
that was awesome
Connie Barnes
01:39:28
Great talk
David Simon
01:39:28
This is one of the best presentations I've seen!
Susan Tucker
01:39:29
Thank you
Susan
01:39:30
loved this
Karen Wood
01:39:31
fantastic talk!!!
Jill Lloyd
01:39:31
inspirational!
Maryann Debski
01:39:33
Thanks Doug!
Jane Egan
01:39:35
Thank-you for a wonderful talk!
Rick Mullen
01:39:37
great presentation!
Angela Luckey
01:39:38
This was an incredible presentation!
Alexandra Carroll
01:39:38
this amazing ! and I want to share this recording💖
Mary Steinhauser
01:39:38
thank you.
Pat Hambleton
01:39:39
yea! I am inspired again,
Rosa Merritt
01:39:39
GREAT PRESENTATION, THANK YOU
Cathy Henson
01:39:39
Thanks you great presentation
Carmenza Gutierrez
01:39:39
Great presentation, thanks
Judith Stich
01:39:45
Wonderful presentation. I am so impressed.
Stephanie D’Amico
01:39:47
This was amazing. Thank you for the presentation!
Jean Long
01:39:49
Thank you so much ! Lots to think about
Brian England
01:39:52
love your presentation Doug!
Judy Semroc
01:39:53
Excellent as always. Thanks.
Theodora Gregg
01:39:54
terrific!
Jamie Kochensparger
01:39:55
Thank you for a terrific presentation!
Nimfa Simpson
01:39:56
Great presentation.
Hedy Westra
01:39:56
wonderful presentation. Are some oaks better than others in supporting insects?
RaeAnn Engler
01:39:56
I was able to capture all the links that were Chatted out and paste them to an email to myself so that they’re all contained
Bob Filbrun
01:39:56
Excellent, Excellent, Excellent!
Cathy Ramsey
01:39:59
This was fascinating. Thank you!
Wickie Rowland
01:39:59
So great! thank you! just redesigned my garden. 😎
Angela Lemke
01:40:02
this was a fantastic presentation! thank you so much. glad I joined.
Deborah Bradley
01:40:02
I have seen several presentations from Doug, but this one has been my favorite! Fantastic!
Susan Webb
01:40:03
Thank you such very much for the information and inspiration!!
Jean Light Kinyon
01:40:04
Yay! WONDERFUL and VERY interesting presentation! Thank you, Doug!
Agatha Graham
01:40:05
I suggest buying Mr. Tallamy’s books.
Steve Seitz
01:40:08
Is this recorded so we can send to friends- Thanks
Temple George
01:40:16
Whew, even I’m out of breath. Excellent presentation.
Bonnie Marx
01:40:18
Thank you for an excellent session!
Jane Bock
01:40:21
this was amazing. so informative
Kittie Clarke
01:40:27
fabulous...thank you, Denise & Doug!!
Betsy Kleinknecht
01:40:28
fascinating! thanks for this, thanks Doug!
Rachel Derr
01:41:12
Do the canister mosquito repellents kill many insects besides the mosquitoes?
Brittany Durco
01:41:12
Thank you so much! What an amazing presentation!!
Melville Kennedy
01:41:16
Outstanding presentation, Doug!!
Anthony Antonucci
01:41:21
Great talk Doug! Good way to begin the day - very uplifting!
Nancy Walker
01:41:38
please post when recorded video will be available I will refer all of the people I know to watch this exceptional presentation. Thanks, Doug.
Marjorie Meekhoff
01:41:43
it is very annoying to have people posting on the screen during the lecture.
Carrie Hansen
01:41:47
do birds eat monarch caterpillars?
Jennifer Schneller
01:41:48
glow in the dark compost…that is so cool!
Marcia Carsten
01:42:57
Riverside Nursery in Ohio has native bushes and trees - north of Columbus near Delaware
Judi Shellabarger
01:42:57
how about creating a food forest in a public par? we are putting in all native trees, but adding apples, pear, fig,and a few others. we will have Mulberry, Serviceberry, Hickory, Pecan, Black Walnut, etc. The nonnatives would be less than 20%
Julia Wilson
01:43:44
Hi Judi, go ahead and post this question in the Q&A box! Good question
Marina Kubicek
01:43:46
I tried to enter my data at Homegrownnationalpark and received this message: Application errorAn error occurred in the application and your page could not be served. If you are the application owner, check your logs for details. You can do this from the Heroku CLI with the commandheroku logs --tail
Nancy Brewer
01:44:36
I have a 3 inch pin oak sapling growing in middle of a row of dozen other oaks with 30 inch caliper. Would you recommend I remove the caliper?
Anthony Sasson
01:45:38
Some nurseries in central Ohio sell non-cultivars and native plants. Just conduct a search, and you should find a few.
Kathleen Bradley
01:47:19
There is a fire sale going on for callery pear in Ohio because they will be banned for sale in 2023.
peggy kranyak
01:48:55
How large is a decent patch for a particulare plant like milkweed?
Carrie Hansen
01:48:56
we have a deer problem
Philippa
01:50:44
what hedgerow shrubs support most birds?
Dru Mark-Wilson
01:52:07
Toledo Zoo has a big sale every year!
Amy Roskilly
01:52:13
We sell them!!! Cuyahoga SWCD
Amy Roskilly
01:52:41
www.cuyahogaswcd.org - click on native seed, plant and tree sales
James Case
01:56:13
Wait, what makes the compost pile glow?
Denise Ellsworth
02:00:07
Where to find plant lists:Pollinator Partnership, https://www.pollinator.org/guides;Native Plant Finder (NWF and Doug Tallamy https://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinder/;Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center https://www.wildflower.org/Find your local Extension office: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/extension-searchOhio Soil and Water offices: https://agri.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/oda/divisions/soil-and-water-conservation/find-a-local-swcd/swcd-listSearch Google, “Find (your state) soil and water office”
Denise Ellsworth
02:00:23
http://go.osu.edu/livinglandscape
Marcia Carsten
02:01:07
A Ohio native honeysuckle is coral in color and it is a vine called Lonicera sempervirens
Kathleen Bradley
02:01:23
Stormwater credits for less lawn here in NE Ohio.
Sarah Kent
02:02:07
the first two links in that long list don't work but I think you have to delete the ; though
Denise Ellsworth
02:02:17
Where to find plant lists:Pollinator Partnership, https://www.pollinator.org/guides;Native Plant Finder (NWF and Doug Tallamy https://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinder/;Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center https://www.wildflower.org/Find your local Extension office: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/extension-searchOhio Soil and Water offices: https://agri.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/oda/divisions/soil-and-water-conservation/find-a-local-swcd/swcd-listSearch Google, “Find (your state) soil and water office”
Kathleen Bradley
02:02:21
I will kill them.
Carol Stephens
02:02:45
are spotted lantern flies potential damage to our native trees such as OAKs?
Paul Pira
02:03:57
visit the LEAP (Lake Erie Allegheny Partnership) web site for a great interactive map on native plant nurseries
Bird Skis
02:04:21
Has anyone compiled figures on the financial benefit of not having to water/irrigate as often for native plants? Cost benefit of not applying lawn chemicals?
Denise Ellsworth
02:04:24
Paul Pira shares: Where to find plant lists:Pollinator Partnership, https://www.pollinator.org/guides;Native Plant Finder (NWF and Doug Tallamy https://www.nwf.org/NativePlantFinder/;Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center https://www.wildflower.org/Find your local Extension office: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/extension-searchOhio Soil and Water offices: https://agri.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/oda/divisions/soil-and-water-conservation/find-a-local-swcd/swcd-listSearch Google, “Find (your state) soil and water office”
Sandra Worley
02:04:54
Would it be possible to compile all these fantastic links into one resource document resource that could be saved
Randee Goodstadt
02:05:19
thank you!!!
Karen Wood
02:05:20
thank you!!!!
Amy Roskilly
02:05:20
WWWWWOOOOOTTTT! Thanks Doug!
Adam McCosham
02:05:20
Thank you!
Amy Currin
02:05:21
Thank you, Doug and all!
TERESA DOZER
02:05:21
Great job!
Michelle Smith
02:05:22
As always, this was an amazing presentation.
Patricia Warner
02:05:24
Enjoyed this very much!
Bitty B Cook
02:05:25
Thank you so much, Doug!
Alexandra Carroll
02:05:25
thank You !!💛
Connie Wilbur
02:05:26
Thank You!
Janette Foust
02:05:27
Awesome! Thanks so much!
Amy Senning
02:05:27
So interesting, Thank you!!
Carol Stephens
02:05:28
THANKS DOUG
Kari Carter
02:05:28
Thank you Doug!
Lauren Fernandez
02:05:28
Thanks for an incredible presentation!
Louis Mays
02:05:28
Thank you so much from Lake Waynoka, OH!
joan garner
02:05:29
Excellent! Thank you!
Mary Ann Krebs
02:05:30
Thank you!
Joe Malmisur
02:05:30
Thank you. very informative.
mary rozum
02:05:30
thanks so much! Excellent!
Judith Stich
02:05:30
Thank you so much. This was delightful.
Susan Hauser
02:05:30
Thank you! This made my day!
Margaret Rasmussen
02:05:30
Thank you Guru Tallamy
Kathy Orr
02:05:31
Thank you Doug!
Linda Romans-Hnath
02:05:31
Thank you so much Doug!!!
Margaret Glenn
02:05:32
Thank you
Sarah Russell
02:05:32
Loved this- thank you!
peggy kranyak
02:05:32
Thanks for the knowledge and inspiration
Hari Ruiz
02:05:32
Thank you, Doug! It's always a pleasure to listen to your presentations.
Fran Tatarelli
02:05:33
Thank you! Great presentation as always!!
Robert Everett
02:05:33
One of the best talks I have ever listened to!
Marina Kubicek
02:05:33
thank you!
Libby Marsh
02:05:33
THANK YOU!!! Will pass this on.
Pam Herweh
02:05:33
Thank YOU!!!!!! Great presentation
Pat Engels
02:05:33
Very interesting - thanks Doug!
Nancy Emmons
02:05:33
Thank you!
Kathleen Bradley
02:05:34
THANK You, my inspiration and hero!
Mindy McCartney
02:05:34
Thanks Doug and Denise - great as usual!
Lynn Swanson
02:05:34
thank you! excellent information!
Denise Gualtiere
02:05:34
Awesome as always! Thank you!
Sandra Worley
02:05:35
Great presentation, Doug. Thank you so much.
David Tomashefski
02:05:35
THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO, DOUG!!!!
Karen Veve
02:05:35
Great session as always! Thank you!!
Kay Nichols
02:05:35
Absolutely excellent presentation!!
Patricia Dutton
02:05:36
Thank you for a wonderful presentation. Go Bugs!
Pat Cosgrove
02:05:36
Wonderful talk! Thank you!!!
Terry Fraker
02:05:36
thanks Doug!
Ellie Nowels
02:05:37
Thank you so much! Very imformative!
Carla Sharp
02:05:37
wonderful information!! thx
Gwenn Zoeller
02:05:37
wonderful presentation - thank you so much!
Ellen Brown
02:05:37
Thank you so much! Inspiring!!
Beth Gehres
02:05:38
THANK YOU so much, Doug! I am buying your book as soon as this is over.
Terri Litchfield
02:05:38
We continue to learn from these great presentations. Thanks very much.
Melissa Hill
02:05:38
Awesome presentation!! :)
Bill McClay
02:05:38
thank you!!!
Katherine McCarter
02:05:39
THank you!! Great talk.
Virginia Schmidt
02:05:39
excellent—thank you!
Deb Abel
02:05:39
Fantastic presentation! Thank you!
Nina Itrich
02:05:39
thank you so much Doug, fascinating can't wait to revamp my yard!
Rachel Derr
02:05:40
Very informative and entertaining!💕
Kellie Docherty
02:05:40
Thanks Doug! I'm a new bug lover and seeing this talk was very informative!
Denise Kahr
02:05:40
Thanks for the wonderful presentation.
Sarah Kent
02:05:41
thank you so much!
Linda Lakemacher
02:05:41
thank you. so very helpful!
Joan Taylor
02:05:42
Thank you so much. Your webinars are ALWAYS informative nd helpful. You share your enthusiasm so well.
Lynette Dean
02:05:42
This was awesome! Thank you!
Sandy Czajka
02:05:42
again, that was fantastic, thank you!
Francoise Duchene
02:05:43
Great session.
Sharon Fortner
02:05:43
Thanks very much for your service to planet earth!
Judy Rodgers
02:05:43
Great session, Doug.
Barb Dolce
02:05:43
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 thank you! wonderful!
Pat Hambleton
02:05:44
bThank you
Gail Jones-Nemeth
02:05:44
Thank you so much! Ordered the book on oaks. Hope to convert my husband who hates them.
Deborah K Schelling
02:05:44
Great talk. I will share this with others
Anne Wilkinson
02:05:44
Thank you so much for this webinar! It was amazing.
Elizabeth r Bombick
02:05:45
GREAT talk!!!!! I’m fired up again!!
Suzette Augustyniak
02:05:45
Doug, your talk was very inspiring. Thank you
Kathy Jones
02:05:46
GREAT PRESENTATION as always!
mary kay Williams
02:05:46
thank you Doug love your knowledge any your sense of humor!
Shirley Kindrick
02:05:46
great session! I’m inspired!
George Mehallick
02:05:46
George Mehallick parma ,ohio
Joan Lumpkin
02:05:47
Thanks. A lot of info!
Trisha Steele
02:05:47
Thank you so much! I wish I could say half of what you’ve told me to my friends.
Sharon Pedroja
02:05:47
Absolutely fascinating! Thanks to everyone involved, and especially to Doug!
Joan Sienkiewicz
02:05:47
Great. Love your enthusiasm and rapid delivery. Always learn something! Thanks.
Liz Neroni
02:05:48
wonderful and insightful, as always
Anna Meadows Helvie
02:05:48
I am so very appreciative of this. Already working on being part of the Homegrown National Park. Thank you!
Rosalind Gauchat
02:05:49
Thank you Thank you! Your presentation is terrific
David Wolfe
02:05:49
Thank you! Fantastic presentation!
Anne Barbera
02:05:50
thanks so much!
Fran Shellenberger
02:05:50
Excellent presentation, as always, from D. Tallamy. Thank you Ohio for setting it up.
Theodora Gregg
02:05:50
Thank you Doug, fantastic!
Bob Staggenborg
02:05:50
Thanks so much for this great talk!
Florence Niklewski
02:05:50
Thank you! Very helpful information.
Pat Bowers
02:05:50
most excellant
Beth Blum
02:05:50
Thank you Doug! Beth from Lexington, KY
Irene Hickey
02:05:51
Great presentation. Love your books! :-)
Christina Duritsch
02:05:51
thank you this was great!
Kate Peresie
02:05:51
Outstanding presentation! Thank you.
Joyce Kennedy
02:05:51
Always incredible!! Thanks!
Melissa DiBiase
02:05:52
Thank you, Doug for this wonderful session. So much great information!
Brenda Johnson
02:05:52
Thank you, Doug. I'm inspired.
Jean Olson
02:05:52
Thank You, Doug.
Kathleen Johnson
02:05:52
THis was a wonderful session! THanks to OSU and to Doug Tallamy!
D Byers
02:05:53
Thank you do Very Much!!!
Giancarla Kalpas
02:05:53
This presentation is awesome. Thank you so much for making it available.
Louise Hawkins
02:05:53
Yes, thank you!
Louis Eubanks
02:05:53
Thanks Great presentation
Denise George
02:05:54
Thank you Doug. This has been very informative.
Ann Hackeling
02:05:54
Thank you very much! Great presentation and I plan to join Homegrown National Park with our library garden.
Debi Balog
02:05:55
thank you so much!
Saundra McBrearty
02:05:56
This has been a wonderful hour. I am inspired to spread the message with Preservation Parks of Delaware County.
Deborah Rinto
02:05:56
Thank you for a fabulous presentation!
Peggy Biolchini
02:05:56
Thank you Doug, this was a phenomenal presentation!
Dottie Stover
02:05:58
Thanks so much for another wonderful hour plus!
Mike Elwood
02:05:59
Wonderful session Doug! I learned SOOO much.
Susan
02:05:59
Doug this was great.
Mary Tarantino
02:05:59
thank you - fantastic presentation! so much valuable information
Lisa Craddock
02:06:00
thank you Doug and Denise! always love your info Doug!
Kathy Jensen
02:06:00
thank you! I love the biomass and carbon sequestration idea for bigger trees!
L.K. Gilbert
02:06:01
W O N D E R F U L presentation!! Thanks so much, Doug
Todd Lemen
02:06:02
Thank you Doug!!
Susan Schmidt
02:06:03
Thank You for a great program! Love your books.
Barbara Nickelson
02:06:03
What a wealth of information. Thank you so much!
Shaunessy Everett
02:06:03
Enjoyed this presentation so much - thank you!
Nancy Brewer
02:06:04
Doug - wonderfully informative and inspiring! Thank-you so much!
Cynthia Capelle
02:06:04
Thank you Doug! Don’t give up! We need you!
Nancy Verber
02:06:04
Wonderful presentation! Thank you, Doug.
Dawn Weber
02:06:04
Thanks for the inspiration, looking forward to spring!
Marketa Anderson
02:06:05
thank you Doug. Awesome information and enthusiastic presentation as always!
Garry Abfalter
02:06:05
Thank you for an invigorating talk
Kathy
02:06:05
Thank you, Doug. So informative.
Sue Vanderweele
02:06:05
Thanks you Doug! Very informative and so interesting!
Margaret Rasmussen
02:06:07
Praise from Redbud Project Gainesville, GA
Dana Master
02:06:08
Thank you so much! Very informative.
Lynette Rawlings
02:06:08
Thank you! I've taken notes and will be adding another level to my bird friendly yard I already have!
Angela Flanagan
02:06:08
A big Thank you from Aurora Colorado
Nancy Wakefield
02:06:09
I really enjoyed your presentation. thanks so much
Norma Landis
02:06:09
Thank you for this fantastic lecture!
Jeffrey Brodsky
02:06:09
great talk...very informative!
Karen Kottlowski
02:06:10
Excellent talk! Thanks!
Barbara Honcharik
02:06:10
thank you sir. informative!
Elaine Carro
02:06:11
Doug, thank you. So much information. Really appreciate. Elaine, new to NC, landscaping naturally
Jackie Driscoll
02:06:11
Thank you. Fantastic as usual
Barb Hoffman
02:06:12
Thanks Doug. Awesome info!
Alison Haskins
02:06:12
Any time I can listen to Doug is a happy day of inspiration and knowledge. Thank you!
Gayle Ficken-Clarke
02:06:13
Thanks so much, Doug. So interesting...and actionable!
Betsy Bullock
02:06:14
Thank you so much! You are very inspiring. We are planting natives thanks to you.
Gabrielle Krage
02:06:14
Thank you Doug!! Such an interesting and fascinating talk.
Nikki Coben
02:06:14
Mahalo! inspirational! I’m going to reevaluate my perennial garden, open prairie & woodlands!
Lynn S. Wilson
02:06:17
Doug, thank you for your work! I’m working on reducing lawn, eliminating invasives … and growing our food … and a woodlot.
Charlotte Burbridge
02:06:17
I really enjoyed your talk! working on our yard every year. thank you so much.
Leslie Moma
02:06:17
Dr. Tallamy, I’ve attended a number of sessions and continue to learn more at each session. Thank you for your continued research and educational outreach.
Pamela Richards
02:06:17
fantastic program. extremely informative. thanks
Margy Weinberg
02:06:18
this was amazing! a few pollinator pathways in Cleveland Heights! thanks Peggy Spaeth and John Barber!!
Matt Valencic
02:06:20
I am motivated to add more natives on our 8 acre properry! Thank You, Doug, for all your do!
Becky Ramskogler
02:06:21
Thank you for a informative talk! I always look forward to your lectures!
lucinda wallace
02:06:21
I have really enjoyed this speaker and I am sharing these links with friends
Lorien McCabe
02:06:23
Thanks to Doug, Denise, and Julie! Great talk, so much info!
Nancy Weisenberger
02:06:25
Thank you for another amazing talk. Now, if I can only find a local nursery to find the oaks and cherries trees I have been looking for.
mila gracanin
02:06:25
Thank you so much for an informative presentation. Will try to work on the neighbors.
Erin Salsbery
02:06:26
Thank you Doug!! I learn something new from you every time I attend one of your talks.
Bill McDonald
02:06:27
Super! Thank you so much! A significant portion of a lifetime of study compressed into 50 minutes!
Lissa Brubaker
02:06:27
Best talk I have ever heard on the subject! My gratitude for this talk and all that you do.
RICHARD DUVAL
02:06:28
Thank you for being such an inspiration, Doug - erudite plus real!
Carol Peoples
02:06:28
I've emailed 60 Minutes and Sunday Morning to encourage them to do a segment with Doug. Maybe if we all contacted them, they might feature him. A good way to spread the word.
Sara Scudier
02:06:29
Thank you for another great presentation! No matter how often I have heard you talk, I learn something new.
Maribeth Kelly
02:06:30
wish every landowner would hear this presentation, thanks Doug T.!
Kathleen Gall
02:06:33
valuable information! thank you!
Linda Wirth
02:06:34
Entertaining and Educational. Very informative. Stirs my background knowledge too. Thank you!
Tea Cup Farm
02:06:34
Thank you very much! Excellent!
Karen Lewis
02:06:35
FABU:OUS! I want to share this recording with the landscape committee at my condo association
Annette Birt Clark
02:06:35
Wonderful as always! Thanks for sharing “ Plants are bird feeders” Great way to think about them.
Gail Santner
02:06:35
thanks so much for this webinar. Always good to hear about how we can help our own landscapes.
Sara Heath
02:06:36
Thanks, Doug. I discovered your first book after retiring in 2012 and have been a convert since. You are my guru.
Connie Norton
02:06:36
THANK YOU!!!! 💚
Marlene Killian
02:06:38
We need to have this presentation available for our Mater Gardenes to see. Would this be possible. Jefferson County KY MGS
Ilene חָוָה דְּבּוֹרָה
02:06:38
Thank you for much, I learned a number of new things. You are so knowledgeable. Thank you for sharing that knowledge.
Carolyn Mehl
02:06:39
Thank you so much!! Carolyn
Pat Hambleton
02:06:39
Thank you so much! You have changed the world. Really!
John Kolar
02:06:39
Thanks Doug for a great presentation!
Jan ONeill
02:06:39
enjoyed your talk very much. Lots of good information!!!
Rebekah Steury
02:06:41
Thank you Mr. Tallamy! What a wonderful program! Thank you for the winter pick-me-up! Going to check out your new website. Thank you!
Debbie Perlmutter
02:06:41
Doug, you’re a wealth of knowledge! I never go away having gotten enough, no matter how long you speak and how many questions you answer. I could listen to you for hours!!
Anthony Antonucci
02:06:43
Just requested four of Doug's books from the library. Thank you.
Laura McCloughan
02:06:44
Every time I hear you speak, I learn new valuable information. Thank you so much for your passion!
Amy Goletz
02:06:44
Thank you for an informative and inspiring webinar, and giving us the power to make a change!
Rebecca Metcalf
02:06:45
Thank you so very much !!! YOU, Doug, are amazing!! I'm going to share this with my grandchildren !! they are the future.
Nancy Derian
02:06:45
Thank you for a informative lecture.
Gerry Brevoort
02:06:46
Inspiring as always. Several new things and new approaches to consider. I cherish and am humbled by my role as steward of my yard, and I appreciate your guidance and hopefulness for what can be achieved!
Maggie Frantz
02:06:46
I am a DT groupie. the first time I heard u speak, I added 3 flower beds to my backyard. I learn lots every time. thank you!
Jean Olson
02:06:46
Please mention the Asian Jumping Worm. Why don’t the birds eat them?
Joan Backe-Kuhl
02:06:50
Doug, Thanks for your work and wise words!
Lisa Craddock
02:06:50
Marcia , thank you!
Becky Donaldson
02:06:50
Thanks for another great talk, Doug! Always learn something new and new strategies to teach biodiversity
Ruth Bowell
02:06:52
Doug - thanks for the work you do to get the word out to all who will listen!
Judy Semroc
02:06:52
Thanks Denise! Great moderating as always!
Lilly Murphy
02:06:53
Thank you Doug! Currently planning a pollinator pathway in our town with others.
bill loebick
02:06:55
lost your connection just after he stated he was crossing bay bridge. Can I get back to that point and view
Cecilia Devlin
02:06:56
thanks 👏🐛🦋🌻🌾
Terrell Banks
02:06:56
Wonderful session. So much information. I will use this info when planting our yard this spring. Thank you.
Margaret Glenn
02:06:59
Thank you, Doug. This has been so informative. I can’t wait to start planning some changes to my yard.
Lonelle Yoder
02:06:59
Doug, I am so inspired by your presentation, and I can't wait to get started on nativizing my over-landscaped yard! I know I can get my neighbors on board too.
RaeAnn Engler
02:07:00
Thank you, Doug, for a great presentation. This was a concentrated wealth of great information. A worthy topic to spread outside the choir…I’ll do what I can!
Lou Tomlin-King
02:07:01
Doug, THANK YOU! Your talks are always inspiring and in many ways, both practical and reassuring.
Carol Maccanico
02:07:01
always enjoy listening to Dr Tallamy! Always imparts knowledge is an easy listening way.
Milton Newberry
02:07:02
Thank you so much for a fantastic talk today! I love native tree species and it is amazing to consider how specialize insect species are in consuming plant species. It definitely advocates the point of increasing native plant diversity in our communities.
Susan Rohde
02:07:02
Thanks, Doug. Wonderful and inspiring presentation. I always learn something new and become newly inspired from you, no matter how many times I hear you speak.
Patricia Martin
02:07:03
Doug, Thank you again. I learn something new each time I hear you. I have a copy of “Bringing Nature Home” which is a great resource.
Jessie Jones
02:07:04
Thank you Doug! My mom was an officer in our local anti plant society for the last 25+ years of her life and was a passionate follower of your work. I’m so grateful to hear you speak and for your research. I am eager to make some additions to our landscape based on your recommendations.
Margaret Szedenits
02:07:09
Thank you, I learned alot.
Beth Gehres
02:07:15
And, thank you Denise. I am deeply, deeply thankful to all of the hard work you do to bring us this critically important information.
Jeanne Poremski
02:07:19
I am happy to be here today. I have made copious notes because I want to be fluent in the subject. I picked up a few points, too. Note, I have been in Dr. Tallamy’s audience many, many times.
Jessie Jones
02:07:20
NATIVE plant! (darn autocorrect)
Kim McCoy
02:07:25
Thanks, Doug!!! And to all who brought us this great zoom.
Barbara Nickelson
02:07:27
My apologies for coming in late. I neglected to take time zones into consideration. Where can I find the recorded program?
Barb Matteson
02:07:28
Thank you again for an awesome session. I always look forward to your webs. If you have a list of future webs, please put me on the notice list.
Paul Zmich
02:07:28
Thanks Doug! Great presentation. I have a 100' Bur Oak in my yard that is such a great source of nature study for me.
Janice Winter
02:07:29
Thanks for the inspiration!
Karen Harrison
02:07:30
Thanks Doug. I just jo
Marlene Killian
02:07:30
My name is Marlene Killian and msrainbows@hotmail.com to answer
Pat Harrington
02:07:33
Doug,thank you so much. Always am inspired whenI hear your message.
Joyce Wilder
02:07:33
Thank you so much for what we are trying to do with changing our natural landscape so that it supports nature!
Glenna Texler
02:07:36
Thank you so much! Gives me so much to think about. I plan to make some changes in the landscape of my small suburban ground space. Starting with getting rid of some 30 y.o burning bushes.
Taletha Jones
02:07:36
Thank you for an awesome session.
Carmen Hadley
02:07:39
Thank you Doug Tallamy. Quite informative.
Lucille Zane
02:07:40
This has been as inspiring as Doug Tallamy has always been billed! Hard to live up to the reputation that preceded you from my fellow EMG's, but you have exceeded my hopes!!
Jessi Sadaka
02:07:46
Thank you so much!
Susan Wilson
02:07:48
Excellent talk. One of best explanations of need for biodiversity.
Mary Brennan
02:07:55
thank you so much!
Sally Bee
02:07:57
Excellent presentation … I want to watch it again when the recording is posted. So much great info. Currently reading “Nature’s Best Hope” … a must-read for us all. So glad I discovered this webinar … some specifics don’t apply to Alberta but the foundational ideas certainly do. Again, a big thanks.
Don Winstel
02:07:59
great presentation and questions. Will continue to stimulate thoughts on the subject and positive changes. Thanks!
Anthony Sasson
02:08:00
https://ohionativegrowers.org/ is a god lsit of nurseries that sell plants native to Ohio.
Joyce Kennedy
02:08:01
Few landscape designers have been trained in natives. Hopefully changing…
Debbie Pound
02:08:02
Thank you.. good information!
Robert Hach
02:08:07
Very insightful and inspiring talk
Anthony Sasson
02:08:10
*good list!
Todd Lemen
02:08:11
Thank you Denise, and OSU!
Karen Harrison
02:08:12
joined Homegrown National Park
Timothy Makiewicz
02:08:13
thanks
Cathy Corsmeier
02:08:14
Thanks Doug
Susan L. Kogler
02:08:15
Doug - We have five acres in Enon, Ohio and we have been moving toward the installation of a prairie, a forest area and a vegetables too. You have just inspired us to do more in growing thee gardens to support our environment for years to come. Thanks so much for this inspiration.
Gary Bumpus
02:08:16
Just moved to home with lots of shade trees but very little understory. Now know what dudes our review landscape ideas
Jean Light Kinyon
02:08:17
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Carol Kelly
02:08:18
Have been to your talks in person a couple of times, (got your autograph on Bringing Nature Home!) - I always add to my knowledge and do my best to spread the word about Homegrown National Parks! And your photos are terrific! Many thanks.
Troy Bowman
02:08:22
Thank you! I learned so much.
Emily Beckett
02:08:33
Sublime. Thank you so much.
Mary Kay Arbogast
02:08:34
Great information - and motivation!