Season 7



Pollinators, Songbirds, and Creepy Crawlies with Thomas Peters

We’re joined this week by our Landscape & Horticulture Director Thomas Peters to talk all about the creatures that call Serenbe home.

also available on

This week on Serenbe Stories, we’re chatting with Thomas Peters, Sernebe’s Director of Landscape and Horticulture, all about the creatures that call Serenbe home - from songbirds and butterflies to snakes and other creepy crawlies (Halloween is just around the corner, after all). Thomas joined the Serenbe team in 2017 after receiving his Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia. In his time here, he has played a central role in implementing natural approaches to landscape management, planting pollinator habitats for a thriving local ecosystem, and ensuring that Serenbe remains a place where people embrace the natural world. In addition to our discussion about Serenbe’s wildlife, we also talk about Thomas’s lifelong passion for the outdoors and how we can all learn to value nature in its many forms.

Show Notes & Further Reading

No items found.

Thomas Peters is Serenbe's Director of Landscape & Horticulture. He graduated with a Master's degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia in 2017.


The Serenbe Stories podcast provides an exclusive inside look at the thriving biophilic community, from its history and development to first-hand interviews with the residents. Listen to Serenbe Stories today on any platform where podcasts are available.