Emily Murphy is a regenerative organic gardener, photographer, and designer and the author of GROW NOW: How We Can Save Our Health, Communities and Planet—One Garden at a Time and the best-selling book, Grow What You Love. She studied ethnobotany, environmental science, and garden design and pursues a plant-driven life fueled by inspiration from the simple act of growing. Emily is the creator of the celebrated blog Pass The Pistil. She’s dedicated to garden education and rewilding the spaces closest to home. Emily has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, The Marilyn Denis Show, and the Well+Good podcast, and her writings can be found nationally and internationally in publications such as Reader’s Digest Canada, Pacific Horticulture Magazine, The Saturday Evening Post, Mother Earth News, The North Coast Journal, and Better Homes & Gardens. Find Emily at passthepistil.com.
Support Biodiversity with No-dig, Regenerative Gardening
In this seminar author Emily Murphy provides a framework for supporting biodiversity from the ground up—beginning at home in your garden. According to a 2019 U.N. report, 1 million plant and animal species are threatened with extinction in the coming decades—it’s an unprecedented number! However, your home garden, community plots, or cityscape has the power to support biodiversity and at-risk species such as pollinators, birds, insects, and rare plant life—particularly when you grow with no-dig, regenerative techniques.