DEMO: Must be registered for EXPO Education or Tradeshow Plus Pass to Attend: Discover a diverse range of native plant species and sustainable landscaping solutions offered by the company. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the benefits and applications of native seeds in ecological restoration, habitat enhancement, and landscape design projects. Through hands-on demonstrations and informative sessions, participants will learn about the importance of using native plants to support local ecosystems, conserve water, and promote biodiversity. This presentation aims to inspire and educate landscape professionals, conservationists, and gardening enthusiasts on the value of incorporating native seeds into their projects, fostering environmental stewardship and resilience in natural landscapes.
George Cates serves as the Restoration Specialist at Native American Seed, based in Junction, Texas. With a BA in Environmental Studies from Austin College, George brings extensive expertise to his role, having led numerous prairie restorations and managed seed production operations across various regions in Texas.
Weston Neiman is the Inventory/Human Resources Supervisor at Native American Seed. He pursued his education at New Mexico State University, where he also played football, and earned a master’s degree from Texas Tech University. Weston is dedicated to supporting the mission of Native American Seed, working tirelessly to contribute to a healthier and more sustainable future for generations to come.