Annie S. White

I am interested in the mutualistic relationships between plants and pollinators and methods for incorporating native pollinator conservation into sustainable landscaping and agricultural practices. My research sought to improve flowering plant selection for pollinator habitat and evaluate the ecological value of "true" native plants vs. native cultivars.



Dibble, A., Drummond, F., Averill, A., Bickerman-Martens, K., Bosworth, S., Bushmann, S., Hoshide, A., Leach, M., Skyrm, K., Venturini, E., and White, A. Bees and Their Habitats in Four New England States. Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station Miscellaneous Report 448. May 2018.

White, A., Richardson, M., Minner, D. and Allen, C. Pollinate New England as a Model for Regional Engagement. [In preparation]



Associations and Affiliations

American Society of Landscape Architects, Member
Vermont Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Member
Ecological Landscaping Association, Member
Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association, Member

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Restoration Ecology, Landscape Desigm, Pollinator Habitat, Native Species, Stormwater Management, Stream and Wetland Restorations


  • University of Vermont Ph.D. Ecological Landscape Design 2016
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison M.S. Landscape Architecture 2005
  • University of Hawai'i' System B.A. Natural Sciences 2002
  • Colorado College B.A. Biology 2000


  • (802) 656-4046
Office Location:

266 Jeffords Hall

Office Hours:

By appointment

Courses Taught

PSS 095 Living Landscapes

PSS 127  Greenhouse Operations and Management

PSS 137  Landscape Design Fundamentals

PSS 156 Permaculture