An active advocate of the advantages of mosses, Mountain Moss Enterprises publishes articles, provides background information to editors/freelance writers/reporters, and uses the Internet as a vehicle of communication. Mossin’ Annie has appeared on TV sharing moss magic and fun ways to enjoy live mosses.
As mossy ideas gain momentum, Mountain Moss is happy to provide links to Moss in the Media from around the world! We invite you to share Moss in the Media from your community, region or country. Please post your own links as we build this archive of media references.
Please contact Annie Martin directly if you would like for her to write an article for your publication or provide photographs to illustrate the beauty of mosses in landscapes.
Mossin’ Annie’s Media Efforts
“The Magical Appeal of Moss Landscape Designs,” Ecolandscaping.org, December 08, 2014 @7:30pm EST Buy Tickets
“Gathering Moss,” The New York Times, April 02, 2014 Gathering Moss, NYTimes
“Beautiful Bryophytes: A Q&A with Moss Queen Annie Martin,” Modern Farmer, April 02, 2014 Beautiful Bryophytes: A Q&A with Moss Queen Annie Martin, Modern Farmer
“Moss Gardening,” The Bryology Times, Summer Issue 2010, International Association of Bryologists publication, Article and Photography by Annie Martin
“Go Green With Moss,” Carolina Country Magazine, August 2010, Article and Photography by Annie Martin. http://www.carolinacountry.com
“Mossin’ Annie,” The Laurel of Asheville Magazine, August 2010, Article and Photography by Tina Wolfe. http://www.thelaurelofasheville.com
“Handmade Brings Home Artists,” Asheville Citizen-Times, June 25, 2010. Article by Paul Clark and Photography by Erin Brethauer. Photo of Mossin’ Annie on Front Page!
“Like a Rolling Stone,” Carolina Home and Garden Magazine, Spring Issue 2010, Article by Melanie Bianchi and Photography by Jeff Miller. http://www.carolinahg.com/
Mountain Xpress, various stories and calendar listings, Spring-Summer 2010
“Farmers Receive $225,000 in Grants,” Hendersonville Times-News, Hendersonville, NC, Article by James Shea, March 9, 2010.
“Native Mosses Could Be Alternative Cash Crop,” Transylvania Times, Brevard, NC, Article by Annie Martin, February 15, 2010
“All about moss, the velvety, green plant that some gardeners love and others hate.” The Plain Dealer Newspaper, Cleveland, Ohio, April 8, 2009. Article by Roxanne Washington, Photography by Annie Martin.
“Small Miracles,” Carolina Home and Garden Magazine, Holiday issue 2008, Article by Kate Reynolds and Photography by Rimas Zailskas.
“Digging In: Go Green With Moss – Parts One and Two,” New Life Journal, October and November 2008, Articles and Photography by Annie Martin.
“Moss Appeal,” Hendersonville Times and Times-News Weekly, September 29 and October 8, 2008, Article by Claudia Lampley, Photography by Robert Stoutamire.
“Unlike Rolling Stone, Annie Martin Gathers Moss,” The Transylvania Times, May 29, 2008,
Article and Photography by Lenora Moody.
“Moss Artist,” WLOS-TV, John Le report on evening ABC news affiliate, Asheville, NC
Moss Segments, WLOS-TV, Craft Corner, Noon News Show with Victoria Dunkle, Asheville, NC
Moss Terrarium, http://www.wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_399.shtml
Moss Yule Log, http://www.wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_395.shtml
Holiday Moss Centerpiece, http://wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_371.shtml
Zen Moss Garden, http://wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_319.shtml
Moss Birdhouses, http://wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_310.shtml
Moss Fairy Garden, http://www.wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_300.shtml
Moss Unusual Containers, http://www.wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_242.shtml
Holiday Moss Magic, http://www.wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_242.shtml
Moss Dish Gardens, http://www.wlos.com/newsroom/craft_corner/vid_231.shtml
MORE MOSS in the Media and on the Web
Please note: These links are posted for your enjoyment. Mountain Moss does not necessarily agree with content or advice. Some moss projects that might catch your attention have proven to be temporary displays and not sustainable moss features that will last. If you have any further suggestions of interesting moss links, please contact Mossin’ Annie directly and we will add them to our list.