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MEET MICHELE

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Michele has inspired hundreds of area residents to dig in, get dirty, and enjoy their gardens in the past several years. With an Advanced Master Gardener and Organic Land Care certifications, she is a trusted Garden expert with a growing following. 

Michele’s enthusiastic presentation style make her a repeat speaker for garden clubs and community organizations throughout Connecticut and New York. She offers engaging educational workshops, including via online meeting sites (Zoom, WebEx, GoToMeeting.) She taught organic gardening classes for Newtown’s Continuing Education program for several seasons. She welcomes all inquiries.  

Michele is a regular garden contributor to The Quinnehtukqut, Sierra Club’s CT chapter newsletter with a distribution of 40,000+ and writes and publishes her own Garden Advice newsletter for an ever larger group of fellow gardeners.

Michele volunteers on the Sherman Conservation Commission and writes articles for their monthly Conservation Corner column. She also mentors UCONN Master Gardeners in Fairfield County’s office, helping the public solve their garden issues.

Previously, she held multiple Vice President positions and facilitated corporate training programs and global projects at Citigroup and with Connecticut’s Union Savings Bank. She lives and gardens in a pollinator-friendly setting in Sherman, CT.

Michele has inspired hundreds of area residents to dig in, get dirty, and enjoy their gardens in the past several years. With an Advanced Master Gardener and Organic Land Care certifications, she is a trusted Garden expert with a growing following. 

Michele’s enthusiastic presentation style make her a repeat speaker for garden clubs and community organizations throughout Connecticut and New York. She offers engaging educational workshops, including via online meeting sites (Zoom, WebEx, GoToMeeting.) She taught organic gardening classes for Newtown’s Continuing Education program for several seasons. She welcomes all inquiries.  

Michele is a regular garden contributor to The Quinnehtukqut, Sierra Club’s CT chapter newsletter with a distribution of 40,000+ and writes and publishes her own Garden Advice newsletter for an ever larger group of fellow gardeners.

Michele volunteers on the Sherman Conservation Commission and writes articles for their monthly Conservation Corner column. She also mentors UCONN Master Gardeners in Fairfield County’s office, helping the public solve their garden issues.

Previously, she held multiple Vice President positions and facilitated corporate training programs and global projects at Citigroup and with Connecticut’s Union Savings Bank. She lives and gardens in a pollinator-friendly setting in Sherman, CT.

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