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Turfgrass Maintenance Workshop-CLASS IS FULL (A 2nd class was added on March 15th!)
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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 turfgrass maintenance best management practices.

3/13/2018
When: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm; please arrive for registration/check-in by 8:15 am
Where: MNLA Classroom
1813 Lexington Avenue N
Roseville, Minnesota  55113
United States
Contact: 651-633-4987

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This class date is full. An additional class date has been added. Register for the class on March 15th - Link to Registration

Attend this workshop and learn best management practices for lawn/turf 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 turfgrass maintenance 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
  • Weed control
  • Irrigation
  • Aeration

And will learn about the environmental impacts of turfgrass maintenance.

 

Who should attend?

  • Individuals who maintain private/public grounds
  • Employees  who maintain park, cemetery, city or school grounds
  • Property managers writing contracts

Training Materials Provided:

  • Turfgrass Maintenance Manual 

Cost:

  • $12.00 for MNLA Members; $20;00 for Non-Members
  • Seating is limited and pre-registration is required.

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.

 

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