Attend this workshop and learn best management practices for lawn/turf care maintenance. The workshop will save you money, protect our water, and allow you an opportunity to test for Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Level 1 Certification for summer turf care best management practices.
Instructors, which include trainers from Fortin Consulting, share their expertise on environmental impacts, agronomy/horticulture and hands-on maintenance.
Certification is a valuable contribution to your employees’ growth and development, and the cost-saving techniques go straight to your bottom line!
Attendees will learn best practices for turfgrass:
- Equipment calibration
- Selection and application of fertilizers
- Mowing techniques
- Weed control application tips
- Best practices aeration
- Legal issues and additional resources
- Environmental effects
Who should attend?
- Individuals who maintain private/public grounds
- Employees who maintain park, cemetery, city or school grounds
- Property managers writing contracts
- Turfgrass Maintenance Manual Provided
Morning coffee and lunch are included. Parking is free.
Funding for this workshop is provided by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency through a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management Fund and matching funds. The course and materials were originally developed for the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization by Fortin Consulting, Inc. Content was created through extensive collaboration with local experts.
For all MNLA education events, MNLA will gladly make a full refund of your registration fee if cancellation notice is received more than two business days in advance of the event. In the two business days prior to the event, a 50 percent refund will be given. No refunds will be given for no-shows or cancellations made the day of the event. Cancellations may be made in writing, by fax, or by telephone call received at the MNLA office during normal business hours.
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