Fundamentals of Organic Land Care


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OLP100 - Fundamentals of Organic Land Care

The science and practice of organic horticulture will be introduced, facilitating a profound shift in ecological awareness. The current research for understanding the connection between soil health, plant health, human health and environmental health will be fully explored. You will come to understand the concepts of landscape health management as opposed to pest management, building a holistic decision making framework for creating and maintaining vibrantly healthy gardens and landscapes, including turf.
For environmentalists, naturalists, conservationists, home gardeners, farmers, and landscape professionals; this course also qualifies for the educational requirement with Society of Organic Urban Land Care (SOUL) to become an Accredited Organic Land Care Practitioner. Continuing Education Credits can also be earned to maintain industry certifications (ISA, CNLA, BCSLA).

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