Adam Kohl is available for a range of services utilizing his background in botany, habitat landscaping, native plant horticulture, and education. References available upon request.

Leading a seed-collecting walk for NOFA at UMass Amherst. Pic by Caro Roszell.


  • Field botany
  • Planning & consulting for habitat landscaping 
  • Site assessments
  • Seed collection
  • Horticultural consulting
  • Edible plant walks and education
  • Custom nursery grows
  • Presentations
  • Private & group lessons


  • Owner and Operator of Kohl Gardens native plant nursery, design, and consulting (2016+).
  • Conservation Agent. Town of Wendell, MA (2019+), Voting Member (2016-’19).
  • Seed Collector for Native Plant Trust; (Independent Contractor, 2019).
  • Field Botanist and Horticultural Consultant for Landscape Interactions (Independent Contractor, 2019+).
  • Presenter at NOFA Conference on Native Plant Propagation (2018, ’19, & ’20); Seed-Collection Walks and Sowing Demonstrations (2019).  
  • Pollinator Habitat Design with Moosewood Ecological for Army Corps of Engineers at Otter Brook, Roxbury, NH (2016-’17).
  • Field Botanist. Nitrogen deposition and Conrema conradii studies. Cape Cod Natl. Seashore (2016, ’20).
  • Propagation & Nursery Assistant / Plant Sales Coordinator. New England Wild Flower Society (Native Plant Trust) (2014-’16). 
  • Volunteer Contributor to Vascular flora of Franklin County, Massachusetts. (2016-’19). 
  • Founding Member of ‘Wendell Pollinator Protectors’ (2019+). 
  • Completed Coursework. New England Wild Flower Society (Native Plant Trust). On ferns, grasses, lichens, systematics, wildflowers, shrubs, etc. (2012-’15).
  • Native Plant Focused Fine Gardening and Design (2010-’19). 
  • Sonic Artist; Recording, Performing, and Curating (1997+). 

Vegetation assessment at conservation properties in Lincoln, MA for Landscape Interactions. Pic by Evan Abramson.