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Background Information

Employment History

Rescue Facilitator

Georgia Native Plant Society


Rescue Facilitator

Fern Creek Habitat Restoration Project


Coordinator

Fern Creek Habitat Restoration Project


GA Native Plant Society


Affiliations

Georgia Native Plant Society

Gardener and Active Member


Georgia Perennial Plant Association

Member


Georgia Botanical Society

Member


Web References(11 Total References)


stonemountain.patch.com

Mary Scott Nature Park Guided Walk with Karen Lindauer
Karen Lindauer of the Georgia Native Plant Society, will lead this month's guided walk…


hometownnewsatlanta.com [cached]

Karen Lindauer, an avid gardener and active member of the Georgia Native Plant Society, will present a program on "Creating Habitat Using Native Plants" to the Mountain Shadow Garden Club at their January meeting.
Wildlife Habitat Following early retirement from the CDC, Karen and her husband moved from the Morningside area in Atlanta to Tucker, where they purchased a house on a nearly 2-acre property. The landscape was essentially a blank slate except for a few non-native azaleas and numerous, beautiful hardwood trees. Karen has filled in the blanks over the past 15 years by planting native wildflowers, shrubs and small trees, many from native plant rescues, to create an attractive habitat for birds, small animals and beneficial insects. Karen is also a member of the Georgia Perennial Plant Association and the Georgia Botanical Society.


georgia.sierraclub.org [cached]

Listen to Karen Lindauer from the Georgia Native Plant Society discuss strategies to create a natural and beautiful backyard habitat.
Learn more about native species and how to make them thrive. Finally have the yard you have been wishing for. Karen Lindauer is a Georgia Native Plant Society Rescue Facilitator, a volunteer at the Georgia Perimeter College Botanical Gardens; a coordinator at the Fern Creek Habitat Restoration Project and a passionate gardener.


www.dunwoodygardenclub.com [cached]

Karen Lindauer, Georgia Native Plant Society Rescue Facilitator and Coordinator at the Fern Creek Habitat Restoration Project


www.northbriarcliff.org

MSNP Guided Walk: Native Plants, with Karen Lindauer, GA Native Plant Society
Events MSNP Guided Walk: Native Plants, with Karen Lindauer, GA Native Plant Society


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