75% of the world’s plants and 30% of human food crops depend on bees and other pollinators to reproduce, but many species are facing extinction.

Encourage residents of your community to have a profound impact on bee health by transitioning from mowing and pesticides to a bee lawn.

Russ Henry is an author and presenter, founder of Bee Safe Minneapolis, and owner of Minnehaha Falls Landscaping. He presents for the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, and his presentations have been well received by foundations, garden clubs, the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association, The Minneapolis Home Show, churches, schools, colleges, businesses, organizations, government agencies and departments, and The Minnesota State Fair. Russ has been featured in the Minneapolis Star Tribune and other publications around the country.

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A one-hour, no cost presentation is available to:

  • City and state governments
  • Health departments
  • Parks and recreation
  • Garden clubs
  • Schools Administrators
  • Sustainability departments
  • Community education programs
  • Community organizations
  • Churches
  • Businesses
(Presentation time can be adjusted, based on your schedule)

Book Russ Henry today!
Call Kari Logan at 612-998-0955
or email klogan@minnehahafallslandscape.com

Other presentation topics include creation care, soil health, native plantings for sun or shade, and food forests

People are talking about Russ Henry’s presentation

Russ was amazing! - Pastor Mary Koon, Bloomington

Russ’ presence and presentation was well received both for the information it contained and for his engaging style. - Randy Nelson, Minneapolis

We thoroughly enjoyed Russ’ presentation! People came up to me after, and throughout the week telling me how much they enjoyed it. - Katie Hein, Edina

The talk Russ gave was great! The attendees were very engaged in what he had to say. He’s knowledgeable and gave us some great thoughts on what we can do in our own spaces! - Mary Learmont, Minneapolis

Anything we do to take responsibility for the health of our little corner this planet is a gift we give for generations to come.” – Russ Henry