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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by DLAWNS, Nov 8, 2008.
Yea that's the one. Anybody ever been to it.
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Alright boys, I know it's early but I'm excited. Who's going to the NJLCA show in February? http://www.njlca.org/pages/trade-show.html
I will be attending. Interested to see whats out there being new to the business.
I'll be there touching everything ! Lol
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Nice....last year we got a few of us together to meet up. We definitely should do it again, we'll figure out details as it gets closer.
Came across this today, not sure if anyone is interested. Wish they did it in the "off season" though, but thinking about doing it. Term master gardener seems like it would generate more business.
shade tree check your PM's
Dec 8-10 NJ Green Expo at Taj Mahal AC. Good classes, poor trade show
Jan 11-12 Natural lawn care Rutgers EcoComplex Bordentown Taught by Chip Osborne http://www.osborneorganics.com/ with Barry Draycott http://www.techterraorganics.com/, no trade show
Jan 13-14 NJNLA Trade Show Somerset Convention Center http://njnla.weebly.com/2010-trade-show.html. Good classes, good trade show
Feb 24 NJLCA Meadowlands Expo Center, Seacuacus. Good classes, best trade show.
Shade tree, you are not permitted to use your Master Gardener status in any commercial way. The Master Gardener program is an excellent source of information, but it's real worth is in the time the MG's spend answering phone calls or in person at the extension offices.
If your looking for excellent landscape contractor education, check out the programs available at Rutgers in New Brunswick for the Office of Continuing Education short courses.
These programs are taught by current industry professionals and are geared to your business needs. A week fro today will be the Water Management & Drainage class, a must for anyone in the landscaping business. It is a one day program that will cover water movement through soil, stormwater facts and information, mitigation solutions with simple methods and more complicated surface & subsurface drainage systems as well as some information of rain gardens and brought to you with real life case studies.
man i just looked online about the show in ac, was gonna shoot down there today.. are they smoking rock they want $50 to get in!!