JANUARY 22, 2014
Get a jump on the competition and take landscaping to the next level!
Join the next session of Smartscape classes for landscape professionals and receive expert instruction on how to save your clients water, money, and time.
The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Maricopa County, is excited to announce that registration for the Spring 2014 Smartscape series is now open! Class starts February 11, runs Tuesday and Thursdays till March 6 and registration closes January 30!
The Smartscape program trains landscape professionals in the design, installation, irrigation and maintenance of water-efficient landscapes. Started in 1994, the program is now approaching its 20 year anniversary. With more than 1,000 trained professionals, Smartscape is promoting and facilitating water conservation throughout Arizona.
Smartscape prepares students with the essential skills to plan, create, and care for low-water-use plants and landscapes. Smartscape delivers 20 hours of high-quality education on the best irrigation and horticultural practices for the desert southwest. For just $75, students receive a Smartscape manual with valuable information and materials, instruction from experts in green industry, and complimentary snacks and refreshments.
Upon graduation from the course, professionals receive a certificate of completion from the University of Arizona and a chance to market themselves as a Smartscape professional by listing their contact information in the Smartscape Online Directory at www.smartscape.org/directory.
Visit www.smartscape.org to register. Sorry, no credit cards. Contact Noah Taylor, Instructional Specialist Coordinator, at email@example.com or 602-827-8206 with any questions.