Request a Speaker Form Program Contact: Tessa Halloran, Master Gardener/Small Farms Coordinator (360) 427-9670 ext. 682 • Tessa.Halloran@wsu.edu Request a Speaker General Information:Name of Organization Submitting the Request(Required) Date of the Event(Required) MM slash DD slash YYYY Time You Would Like the Speaker to Arrive(Required) Hours : Minutes AM PM AM/PM Time of Presentation(Required) Hours : Minutes AM PM AM/PM Number of Possible Attendees(Required)Estimated number of attendees for the event. Location of the Event(Required)If the event is online, enter 'Virtual.' Location AddressDo not complete if the event is online. Street Address Address Line 2 City State / Province / Region ZIP / Postal Code Contact Information:Name(Required) First Last Phone(Required)Email(Required) Choose Your Topic:Speakers Bureau:The below options represent our Speakers Bureau, which are preset presentations from our Master Gardeners (see full descriptions on the 'Request a Speaker' page). If you are interested in a different topic, you may also select one of the Program Priorities below or enter a specific idea for a presentation. Growing Culinary Herbs, Dee Ann Kline Little Giants of the Forest (Youth), Mary Dessel Managing Garden Insect Pests, Mary Dessel The World of Succulents and their Propagation, Laurie Williams Creating Pollinator Friendly Gardens, Mary Dessel Mason Bees, Mary Dessel Conifers of the PNW, Mary Dessel The Wonderful World of Rhododendrons, Jeanne Kinney Seed Saving Savvy, Dorothy Skans Program Priorities:The Master Gardener Program Priorities represent our educational focuses. If you have a broad idea of what you would like for the presentation, please select one of the Program Priorities. If you have a specific idea that differs from the Speakers Bureau options, you can enter it below. Climate Change: Creating resilient landscapes adapted to our changing climate. Clean Water: Promoting Integrated Pest Management practices to minimize polluted runoff. Water Conservation: Teaching water-wise gardening and landscaping practices. Soil Health: Building healthy soils to ensure long-term viability of natural resources. Pollinators: Planting and preserving landscapes for pollinators. Local Food: Advocating for sustainable techniques to grow local food. Plant Biodiversity: Stewarding local ecosystems through conservation and restoration. Nearby Nature: Increasing access to public green spaces. Wildfire Preparedness: Promoting fire-resistant landscaping practices. If you have a specific idea for a presentation, please enter it below.We will do our best to accommodate your request based on available speakers and their specialties. Nondiscrimination(Required)WSU Extension is supported by public funds and adheres to civil rights laws and regulations. Extension can not provide services to any organization that discriminates. Please indicate by checking the box below that your organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, color, creed, national or ethnic origin; physical, mental or sensory disability; marital status, sexual orientation, and status as a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran and provides reasonable accommodations for access to individuals with disabilities and special needs. My organization meets this criteria.