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Mar. 2 Webinar: Coastal Native Plants

An MRC Lunch & Learn Webinar

March 2, 2021
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Are you planning on changing your landscape? Have you considered using Florida native plants? Then watch our March Lunch & Learn Webinar with Change of Greenery’s Skip Healy! See below for video from this event.

MRC’s Coastal Native Plants Webinar will discuss the coastal native plants that can be used in landscapes throughout Brevard County. We’ll touch on everything from native trees to native groundcovers that can be used as substitutes for turf grass. Native plants can have an incredibly positive impact on our local wildlife and the Indian River Lagoon, so register today to learn more!

About Our Presenter

Skip Healy, Owner and Designer of Change of Greenery LLCSkip Healy is the owner and designer of the local landscape design firm, Change of Greenery LLC. Skip was born and raised in Brevard County and earned a bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness with a Horticulture minor from Mississippi State University. He has worked in greenhouses and garden centers across the state, including EPCOT’s The Land pavilion. Skip’s education and industry experience led him to start a landscape design firm with the purpose of implementing Florida native and edible landscapes. Change of Greenery’s focus is on providing habitat to native pollinators and wildlife through sustainable approaches and lagoon-friendly plantings — all in order to preserve Brevard’s natural beauty.


If you have additional questions, please contact our speaker Skip Healy through email or call at 321-536-0655. You can also visit Change of Greenery for more information.

If you are wondering what native plants are best for your yard, check the Florida Native Plant Society.

If you are wondering where to purchase these plants, check Plant Real Florida.

MRC’s Lunch & Learn Webinar series is a long-standing and cherished social offered to the East Central Florida coast region, and is supported by volunteers and the community’s charitable giving. If interested and able, we ask participants to donate toward our guest speaker series. All donations are tax-deductible. For more information on the Marine Resources Council, please visit