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Level 1 of Native Landscape Certification Program

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Sep 16 8:00AM - 4:30PM

Are you interested in:


Learning about native plants for South Central Texas
landscapes?
Sustainable landscape design using native plants?
Knowing the environmental advantages of native plants?
Native plants to attract birds and butterflies and other
pollinators?
CEU hours for professionals in landscape-related fields?
Texas Master Naturalist/Texas Master Gardener advanced
training hours?

If you answered "yes," then NLCP is designed for you!!!
Each class includes a classroom session and an outdoor native plant knowledge walk.
Participants must complete Level 1 before attending
Levels 2 or 3. (Level 2 - Planting Design with Native Plants - will be offered in Spring 2018. Level 3 -Installation & Maintenance of Native Landscapes - will be offered on Saturday, October 21, 2017 [see separate Meetup posting for Level 3].)


Level 1: Introduction to Native Landscapes.
$37 all registrants
Saturday, September 16, Phil Hardberger Park, Urban Ecology Center, 8:00 - 4:30

Learn the value of including and preserving native plants
in landscapes.
Understand differences between sustainable and
conventional development.
Learn South Central Texas vegetation region and soil
type.
Learn 40 native Texas plants for your landscape and
five exotic plants to avoid.

Completion Certificate provided at the end of the class. Competency Certificate issued upon passing an optional end-of-day test.

Register online: http://npsot.org/wp/nlcp/


For a mail-in registration form, send a request to[masked]or call Meg Inglis at[masked]-1316.
Check online for other locations offering classes athttp://npsot.org/wp/nlcp.

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Level 3 of Native Landscape Certification Program

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