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Organic course set for July

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NOFA’s Organic Lawn Care Certificate Course will feature courses on profiting from organic lawn care and how to market the service.

| June 11, 2013

NOFA will be conducting an Organic Lawn Care Certificate Course July 26 at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Waterbury, Conn. To register, call (203) 888-5146, email deb@ctnofa.org, or visit organiclandcare.net/lawncertificatecourse
$80.00 per person; includes textbook

Course Includes
• Environmental connections between landscaping & Long Island Sound - 1 hour
• Soil and the soil ecosystem - 1 hour
• Comprehensive organic lawn care - 4 hours
• Profits with organic lawn care - 1 hour
• Marketing & messaging - 1 hour
 

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