Organic Land Care Training in PA

organic land care

Attention: Landscaping Pros, School, Park & Land Trust Managers, Landscape Architects, Garden Designers, Environmental Educators, and Home Gardeners:

Come and grow professionally at the next 4-day
 NOFA Organic Land Care Accreditation Course coming to Haverford Township, PA on August 7-10!

Albeit to simply improve your personal understanding of organic land care or be it to grow your business, this course will be a game changer. Ideal for landscapers, educators, and garden consultants, the NOFA Organic Land Care Accreditation Program gives an in-depth understanding of organic ways and better prepares you to offer organic services.

The course is based on the NOFA Standards for Organic Land Care and an AOLCP exam is given on the last day of the 30-hour course. Pass our test and you can join 500+ people in the United States ‘NOFA Accredited Organic Land Care Professionals (AOLCPs)’. Many earn the trusted NOFA credential to tap into the fast-growing organic land care market. Others simply earn AOLCP credentials to improve their resume and stay connected to others who care about organic ways, as much as they do. For details about the two tiers of the NOFA AOLCP program, visit: http://organiclandcare.net/accreditation/about-accreditation

AOLCPs benefit in many ways, including by:

  • Showing they’ve been educated with the highest standards, by the leading U.S. association that is helping to grow the use of organic land care practices.
  • The right to use the respected NOFA Organic Land Care logo on promotional material and resumes for potential employers.
  • Being listed in our database (http://nofa.organiclandcare.net) where clients and employers can find a person who knows and uses organic practices.
  • Access to discounts on bulk orders and other NOFA programs.
  • The satisfaction of being a member of a unique, growing community of organic professionals.

The 4-Day NOFA Accreditation Course is $695 per person or $600 per person for groups of three who register together. Includes all materials, organic lunches, and the first year of AOLCP Supporter level credentials. Payment plans are available so don’t let cash flow get in the way of this smart investment. AOLCPs, PASA & CT NOFA members get a $100 discount!

For course details and to register, visit: http://organiclandcare.net/professionals/accreditation.

The full agenda for the PA course is here in PDF: http://organiclandcare.net/sites/default/files/upload/2017_haverford_township_agenda_tbd_4.pdf

Questions? Contact Jeremy Pelletier from CT NOFA at 203-308-2584 or email: ctnofa@ctnofa.org. On weekends, we can be reached at: 203-613-8813. 

The mission of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (CT NOFA) is to ensure the growth and viability of organic agriculture, organic food, and organic land care in Connecticut. We envision a healthy, organic Connecticut founded on ecologically, socially and economically just principles. In addition to our food-based initiatives, CT NOFA also runs the NOFA Organic Land Care program to train the next generation of organic landscapers, land managers, and conservationists.

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