The Regional Water Authority (RWA) is pleased to announce the River-Friendly Landscaping, Green Gardener Training Program.
The Green Gardener Training Program is a 10-week series providing high quality training to professionals on how to “garden green.” Attendees will learn landscape principles that can assist in reducing urban runoff, conserving water, and reducing solid waste, including:
- Conserving water, protecting the soil and reducing the use of pesticides. Many classes will include both indoor and outdoor hands-on components.
- Creating a healthier garden for your client and a healthier work environment for yourself and your employees.
- Offering a list of River-Friendly Landscaping Principles, helping you compete in the professional industry.
Landscape maintenance staff and landscape contractors are the program’s primary audience, but classes are open to any landscape professional interested in green gardening practices.
Class starts on September 30 at 6:30 pm at the McMillan Center, 8020 Temple Park Road, in Fair Oaks, CA 95628. The cost is $45 for 10 consecutive-week sessions.
Information, class details and registration forms can be found on the Regional Water Authority Web site at www.rwah2o.org.