Landscaping For Water Quality [Online] POSTPONED
Unfortunately, we did not reach the registration numbers for next week’s Landscaping for Water Quality workshop that we had hoped.
This workshop will be postponed until November 2021. Next week, we will issue a “Save the Date” notice with the actual dates for your calendars. All current registrants will be fully refunded for the workshop fees within 7 days.
We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused and we look forward to seeing you at our Fall Landscaping for Water Quality Workshop.
If you have any registration questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org
-Julia and the Landscaping for Water Quality 2021 Planning Team
About the Event
The workshop is virtual this year with the exception of a site assessment which will take place at Hood Park in Derry, NH on March 30.
In-person Site Assessment participants will need to follow standard COVID-19 precautions and complete a short health screening on the day of the session. The screening questions are available here for preview. Day 1 workshop presentations end at 11:00 am to allow one hour of driving time for the 12:00 pm Site Assessment. If your travel time is greater than one hour, please select the Site Assessment that begins at 1:10 pm.
Participants will learn how to use ecological concepts and landscape features such as rain gardens, vegetative buffers, and other green infrastructure to protect lakes, rivers, streams and bays. Instructors are from universities, university centers, university extension, environmental agencies, municipalities, and private enterprise. Thanks to all of our sponsors!
Who Should Attend?
This program is designed for landscapers and others who develop, maintain, or preserve properties in and around central, southern, NH, including:
- Landscape designers, contractors and maintenance professionals, and those who hire them
- Members of watershed groups, conservation commissions, and organizations and agencies who want to learn about ecological approaches to landscaping
- Municipal staff and contractors involved in landscaping, land care and development
- Students in environment or landscape focused programs
A digital copy of "Landscaping at the Water's Edge" is available here.
Pesticide credits will be available, pending state approval. Resertification credit for the New Hampshire Certified Landscape Professionals Program will also be available through the NHLA.
Sponsored by: UNH Extension, NH Department of Environmental Services, NH Landscape Association, NH Sea Grant, NH Soak Up the Rain, and Town of Derry.