Upcoming Appearances

David is available for speaking engagements, media interviews and other appearances both in-person with proper COVID safety precautions or virtually via Zoom, Skype, Facetime or other platforms. 

To book David contact Hali Simon PR.

Recovering America’s Wildlife: Stories from the Field
Thursday, March 3, 2022
2 PM Eastern
Details Coming

David is back hosting another conversation in the popular Recovering America’s Wildlife: Stories from the Field series” with the conservation professionals working on the ground to protect and recover wildlife. This time David will be speaking with all about the effort to save the pygmy rabbit in Oregon.

Everything You Know About Bees is Wrong
Great Grow Along Virtual Garden Festival
Wednesday, March 16, 2022
2 PM Eastern

David will be back for the second annual Great Grow Along Virtual Garden Festival to talk all about bees! These important pollinators have garnered much attention in recent years, but there’s a lot more to these insects than you might think. David will bust myths about bees and share some surprising facts about their biology, behavior and ecological roles in our gardens and beyond.

Register here.

All Access – Saving Pollinators One Garden at Time
Thursday, March 31, 2022
2-3 PM Eastern
Exclusive Event for National Wildlife Federation Donors

This webcast is offered to National Wildlife Federation donors who participate in the Leaders Club, Guardians of the Wild, Ding Darling Circle, President’s Leadership Council, and Legacy Society. For more information about how to donate, please contact our team at AllAccess@nwf.org or 800-919-9151.

Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education
Spring Symposium
Details Coming

Learn more about MAEOE here.

Gardener’s Guide to Climate Change
Norfolk Botanical Garden
Norfolk, VA
Sunday, June 26, 2022

David will be talking about natural gardening in an era of climate change. How is climate change already affecting our gardens, and how can we as sustainable gardeners create gardens that are resilient to the effects of climate change and help support local wildlife species that are impacted by climate change?

Visit the Norfolk Botanical Garden’s website for more information.