MEET JOE LAMP’L
As host of 3 national television shows and one of the nation’s most popular gardening podcasts as well as creator of the joe gardener Online Gardening Academy, author of several books, and regular appearances on the Today Show, Good Morning America, and The Weather Channel; Joe Lamp’l is one of the country’s most recognized and trusted personalities in gardening and sustainability. For the past 10 years, has been the Creator, Executive Producer and Host of the Emmy-award winning national PBS series, Growing a Greener World®. Prior to that, Joe hosted Fresh from the Garden on DIY Network as well as on-air contributor to The Today Show, Good Morning America and The Weather Channel. Past awards include The American Horticultural Society’s B.Y. Morrison Communication Award, which recognizes effective and inspirational communication—through print, radio, television, podcasts and other online media and Best On-Air Talent for Television by the Garden Writers Association. Joe is also the founder and “Joe” behind joegardener.com – a garden-intensive website dedicated to all things gardening and horticulture through how-to videos, podcasts, online courses, and blog posts.

CHS LECTURE SPEAKER: JOE LAMP’L
Monday Nov. 11th at 6:30pm

at the Charleston Museum
Growing a Greener World – Behind the Scenes w/ Some of Our Most Popular Stories
Joe Lamp’l; Television Host of Growing a Greener World
In this inspiring and motivational session, Joe draws on his extensive travel across North America to produce and host his national Emmy award-winning public television series Growing a Greener World®. With an extensive collection of stories over 200 episodes, through beautiful high definition video and award-winning photography, you’ll meet some of the most fascinating people, see some of the most interesting places and discover organizations doing great things for the planet, all with an emphasis on gardening and a common thread that will empower each of us to advance the cause of these gardening heroes in our own communities.

 

TICKETS: $20 Non-Members
(free to CHS Members)