CreativeMornings/Texas with Angel Horne and Andrea DeLong-Amaya
May 29, 8:30am - 10:00am CDT. Hosted at Your Home or Office
part of a series on Nature
About the speaker
Angel Horne migrated to the Wildflower Center just in time for the spring color explosion in 2016. She stays busy managing media relations, public information, social media and marketing. On a deep-breathing day, she enjoys slowing down a bit to write something a little longer than 280 characters for Wildflower magazine, for which she is also an associate editor. Angel is a passionate naturalist with a bachelor’s in journalism from the University of the Incarnate Word and many, many hours of science and arts studies. She was the token eco-crusader at her university where she was rumored to covertly sort out recyclables from landfill-destined trash.
Andrea DeLong-Amaya manages the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s horticulture programs and is passionate about sharing the value of native plants in planned landscapes. With nearly 30 years of experience in horticulture, she leads the design and management of 9 acres of native gardens, 275 acres of natural areas and a native plant nursery. Andrea received a bachelor’s in geography from The University of Texas at Austin, served as vice president of administration for the Native Plant Society of Texas for two years, and is a leader in native plant horticulture with the American Public Gardens Association. She enjoys gardening (go figure!), traveling, playing violin, and Ashtanga yoga.
Printed Threads is a full service merchandising company located in North Fort Worth, TX specializing in high quality screen printing, embroidery, retail finishing, and fulfillment services. Printed Threads takes pride in their ability to collaborate with their clients to design, develop, and produce unique merchandise to tell a story.
We’re back, y'all! CreativeMornings/Texas is bringing together Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio, plus we’ll keep the virtual doors open to anyone who calls the Lone Star state home.
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Your Home or Office
Fort Worth, Texas United States
May 29, 2020
8:30am - 10:00am