Seminar Dates: November 17, 2022 12:00 PM
Seminar Cost: $35 Register for Seminar
Healthy, beautiful gardens rely on healthy, biodiverse soils - this core understanding can help you give your clients the landscapes that they’ve always wanted, and that they can feel good about in the process. Learn how to take a holistic approach to landscape installation by focusing on the soil, which will provide plants with the slow-release nutrients they need, reduce the need for chemical fertilizers and pesticides, provide erosion control, and decrease water use by over 30% - saving you time, and saving your clients’ money. All of these landscaping benefits can help you win and retain clients, while ensuring environmental health and safety for their kids, pets, and for your employees.
1. Provide plants with ongoing natural slow-release nutrients they need, while supporting beneficial soil microbes and fungi that also contribute to plant health.
2. Reduce the thirst of the landscape; learn the formula for decreasing water use by over 30%.
3. Step into a healthier, more holistic approach to landscape installation. Safe for children and pets; reducing the need for chemical fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides.
Kathy Kellogg-Johnson is a third-generation leader of Kellogg Garden Products. In addition to serving as Chairman of the Board, Kathy is a passionate advocate for the regenerative potential of compost both in gardens and in agriculture.
Kathy Kellogg-Johnson has been referred to as the “First Lady of Compost.”. She currently serves as Chairman of the Board for Kellogg Garden Products, now in its 96th year of continuous family ownership and operation. Kathy and her brother Hap represent the third generation of this family-owned enterprise. She serves on the Board of the South Coast Botanic Garden, and Environmental Media Association, and as Director of two subsidiary companies. Kathy was recently honored with the 2021 Mother Earth award for global impact by Grades of Green.
Kathy’s mission and focus is to restore the soil of the United States, both in backyards and farmland, by utilizing the organic materials readily available to us as soil conditioners and fertilizers. Kathy’s goal is to educate and empower ordinary people to take simple, affordable steps that can significantly reduce the toxins in our environment and build life in our soil.