Florida Wildflower Foundation
Environmental Educator, Nonprofit Program Manager
Stacey Matrazzo is the program manager for the Florida Wildflower Foundation. She is an environmental educator with a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a masters in liberal studies from Rollins College, where she is also an adjunct professor in the environmental studies department. A native Floridian who spends much of her free time kayaking, hiking, birding and photographing Florida’s amazing natural environments, Stacey is a certified Florida Master Naturalist and has been conducting native plant and edible plant hikes for ten years.
B.A. degree in environmental science, Rollins College
M.A. degree in liberal studies, Rollins College
Edible gardens are always popular — and useful. Learn to combine a love of growing your own food, foraging and using native plants. Many of Florida’s native plants are edible — even some that are commonly used or found in landscapes have culinary value. This course presents the edible, medicinal and nutritional properties of some […]
Did you know that many of Florida’s native plants are edible? Even some that are commonly used or found in landscapes have culinary value. This course uses a presentation plus show-and-tell demonstration format to introduce participants to the edible, medicinal and nutritional properties of some common native plants. The class will learn how to identify […]