Educational Outreach

Mountain Moss Enterprises is committed to educational outreach and offers a number of Go Green With Moss programs including lectures, workshops, classes and nature hikes.

These informative programs include PowerPoint presentations with impressive photographs, “hands-on” bryophyte specimens to take a “closer look” and moss art exhibits. The educational presentations can be combined with a workshop where each person makes their own moss dish garden or “moss-as-art” creation to take home. “Mossin’ in the Woods” hikes provide an opportunity for native plant enthusiasts to identify common bryophytes often overlooked in our forests.

With zeal and enthusiasm, Mossin’ Annie shares her love and knowledge of mosses with all ages.  She has presented programs at The North Carolina Arboretum, The North Carolina Botanical Garden, the Annual Wildflower Pilgrimage in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and for the North Carolina Native Plant Society. Garden clubs and environmental groups throughout the Southeast have responded with positive reactions and encouragement for Mossin’ Annie’s advocacy efforts. Participants will leave with a “mossy” smile and will view bryophytes with a newfound appreciation.


You are a treasure!  We all so enjoyed having you and your program was fantastic!  I have had so many positive comments already!

And of course the workshop was a highlight too. ~Peachtree Garden Club, Atlanta, Georgia

Contact Mossin’ Annie for more information about requested honorarium and associated fees for Go Green With Moss programs. It is recommended that you schedule your event well in advance. However, consider Mountain Moss as a solution for last-minute program cancellation dilemma. We might have an opening in our schedule. A Mountain Moss program will be an event to remember.

9 Responses to “Educational Outreach”

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    hi Annie,

    please send your email address and i’ll forward to you some more info on our anti-nuke efforts here in WNC!
    thanks so much, paul

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    Terry Ball

    My granddaughter and I will be in Brevard from August 7-August 12. If you will be leading any educational programs or allow us to stop by your nursery, we would be interested in getting the information. Thank you.. Terry Ball

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    Rachel Savage

    Please register two for the “Go Green with Moss” workshop on August 11. Where does it meet??

    Thank you,
    Rachel Savage

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    Mountain Moss will be offering two different August workshops in Highlands, NC and Brevard, NC.

    Thursday, August 11 from 4-6 at the Highlands Biological Station. To register call: 828-526-2602. This Go Green With Moss workshop will focus on preferred moss types for successful moss gardening and will be followed by a hike through the HBS gardens.

    Saturday, August 13 from 10 am-noon at the New Leaf Garden Market in Penrose (between Brevard and Hendersonville). After a program on mosses, participants will be provided materials and supplies to make their own moss dish garden to take home. Additional “forest driftwood” and various mosses will also be available for sale. To register, call: 828-966-5323 or 828-507-0158.
    All moss lovers welcome! Hope to see you soon! Mossin’ Annie

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    Denise Carlin

    Hi Mossin Annie,
    I see that you have done programs in Highland, NC. Will you be offering any soon? Do you speak at Garden clubs in this area. I belong to the Otto Garden club and we are looking for speakers. What do you charge to speak?
    Thank you,
    Denise M. Carlin

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    Diane Bedard

    I live in NC – near Charlotte. I am interested in any information that will help me grow my moss garden:) It is May 2013 – so what if any is happening as it relates to the topic of Moss the Summer of 2013- suggested websites, information, workshops, people! Thank you in advance!

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    FYI — To schedule a Go Green With Moss lecture/workshop/hike, contact me directly: mossinannie@gmail.com. While some groups open their meetings, garden clubs tend to keep the events private for members only. Currently, 2013 programs will be happening in Flat Rock, Franklin, Sapphire, Highlands, Tryon and Gastonia. Since the Gastonia program is for the Master Gardeners, it will probably be open to the public.
    Thanks for asking about Mountain Moss educational programs.
    Mossin’ Annie

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