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.
Make your own dish garden or create your own moss-as-art!
Bryophytes, ferns, rocks, lichens and appropriate containers provided to all pre-registered participants.
Teaching children about mosses is FUN! These workshops meet educational goals of botanical gardens, arts councils, after-school programs and more.
In-service teacher training workshops
Specialized workshops geared to the interests of biology and science teachers.
Mossin' Annie's Moss Garden
Combine your educational workshop with a site visit to see first-hand the create use of mosses in a sustainable landscape.
Mossin' in the Woods
Trips to see moss in an entirely natural environment provides moss lovers with the opportunity to learn to identify bryophytes.