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San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture
San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture
San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture
University of California
San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture

What is a Green Gardener?

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GREEN GARDENER is...

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A San Joaquin County Qualified landscape professional who has been trained and tested in up-to-date environmentally-friendly landscape practices.  These landscape professionals

> conserve water and prevent polluted runoff
> reduce green waste to the landfills
> use the Best Management Practices for grass, shrubs, trees and MUCH MORE

 GREEN GARDENERS are committed to creating beautiful, healthy landscapes safe for their clients, their families and pets, while preserving the health of our Delta and Central Valley environment. To find a GREEN GARDENER, look at the Qualified GG Tab.

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Why become a
GREEN GARDENER?

> Appeal to new customers who want environmentally-friendly landscaping

> Set yourself apart as uniquely qualified by using the title and logo

> Participate in free marketing offered through the program

> Gain a competitive edge and earn DPR and ISA CEUs.

Become a GREEN GARDENER:
It's good for business and good for the environment!

New class starting January 15- register by January 12!!!

 

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Why hire a GREEN GARDENER?

You'll know that you're hiring someone trained and tested in environmentally safe landscape management practices. Get a beautiful garden AND
>  Use less water
>  Use fewer or no artificial chemicals
>  Attract bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects

For more benefits of hiring a GREEN GARDENER, see the Why Hire a Green Gardener? tab above.  To see a list of Qualified GREEN GARDENERS, click on the tab above and get started on a healthier, more beautiful landscape today!

Page Last Updated: December 9, 2014

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