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Wolfe holds over 20 years of experience in water and land conservation. He has managed large federal watershed and water quality grants, created and led award-winning education and outreach programs on water use efficiency, and overseen award-winning demonstration garden projects. Committed to pushing the envelope, Wolfe creates novel and effective ways to facilitate the adoption of ecologically sound and practical science-based habits.
Having worked within the Texas A&M University system for 22 years, he is adept at creating partnerships and leading large-scale programs and projects. His passion for plants and the efficient use of natural resources has recently led to a number of groundbreaking demonstration garden projects. Most notably, these utilize the most current, practical methodologies from environmental horticulture, efficient irrigation system design, and rainwater harvesting technologies.
With a holistic approach to sustainability, Cunningham is nationally regarded as a leading horticulture expert. Specializing in edible gardens, native pollinator-friendly landscapes, rainwater harvesting systems, and efficient irrigation design, he conducts more than a hundred programs each year for both homeowners and organizations.
In addition, Cunningham frequently provides expert-level training for conservation centered organizations including Master Gardener, Master Naturalist, and Native Plant Societies. He also conducts CEU and keynotes programming for professional landscape architects and nursery professionals. His consultation work on a multitude of demonstration and production garden projects — both at home and abroad — provides critical leadership in plant selection and management, as well as water use best practices.
With a passion for helping the at-home gardener, Cunningham partners with local news outlets in Texas, often appearing on NBC Channel 5 as a special contributor, in addition to regular segments on local FOX, ABC and CBS affiliates. He also works as a special contributor to both the “Dallas Morning News” and Edible-Dallas Fort/Worth magazine. Outside of his home in North Texas, Daniel contributes to the syndicated, Central Texas Gardener and has also been featured in Martha Stewart Living magazine and Yahoo News.
Horticulturist & Landscape Designer
Dickinson holds over 20 years of experience in landscape design and management, working at both Texas government agencies and private companies.
With an eye for design and a keen knowledge of plants, Dickinson designs creative outdoor living spaces that are not only beautiful, but easy to maintain with maximum water efficiency. His areas of expertise include plant selection, landscape water use efficiency, rainwater harvesting, irrigation design, drip irrigation, and new technology. He often shares his wide range of knowledge by conducting CEU training for landscape architects, licensed irrigators, as well as nurserymen and rainwater harvesting specialists.
Dickinson received his bachelor’s degree in horticulture with an emphasis in business and design from Tarleton State University. He is a TCEQ-licensed irrigator, rainwater harvesting specialist, and board member of the Dallas Irrigation Association. Dickinson has frequently been featured as a leading plant expert on the Dallas-Fort Worth ABC affiliate station, WFAA.
As program coordinator, Tamaron schedules classes, events, and speaking engagements for the Rooted In team. She also assists with planning and organizing all of the outreach events, trade shows, and plant sales. Her eye for detail, exceptional organizational skills, and friendly and outgoing personality make her an integral part of our team’s past achievements.
Tamaron holds a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics with a focus on natural resources from Texas A&M University.