This ReScape training provides landscape ReScape Qualified professionals with the most current information about ReScape’s ecologically based, comprehensive approach to the management of public and private landscapes.
Course: Design/Maintenance Qualification Renewal Training
University of California’s Master Gardener Program’s monthly Plant Clinic Online is an opportunity to chat with a Master Gardener via Zoom to diagnose a plant problem. You can also listen and learn while other people ask questions. It takes place on the second Saturday of the month (December 11th), from 10–noon. Priority will be given to questions that are emailed in advance; instructions are in the Zoom registration confirmation.
This 6-day ReScape training provides landscape maintenance professionals with practical tools to manage healthy landscapes. Learn about regenerative landscape practices from leading experts in soil health, irrigation, plant care, integrated pest management, and more.
This two-day ReScape course provides comprehensive best practices in regenerative landscaping, specifically oriented to reducing fire hazards and preparing cities and large property owners/managers for safety before, during and after a firestorm. This program educates, aligns and empowers public agencies, commercial and institutional property owners, and landscapers to work collaboratively across departments and organizations to implement whole-systems firescaping strategies to protect people, assets and our future welfare.
Instructor: Douglas Kent, author of the best-selling book on landscaping for fire protection, “Firescaping.” Doug began his work in fire protection in Mill Valley (CA) in 1993. Since then he has been on the front line of many fires, traversed the remains of most of the state’s worst fire, and interviewed experts across the state. Kent has worked for 15 years with cities, NGOs, private companies, and utilities across California on a variety of projects. From risk assessments to landscape prescriptions, motivational public presentations to videos and webinars, he has dug his hands in soot filled soils, learned a tremendous amount, and is motivated to create a resilient and formidable California.
This 3-day ReScape training provides landscape design professionals with practical tools for designing and constructing healthy landscapes that protect local watersheds, conserve resources and address our changing climate.
Drip irrigation is a very efficient way to water your garden. This class will cover an overview of drip options available and how to design a drip irrigation system. Participants will also learn how to utilize watering zones for different plant types.
University of California’s Master Gardener Program’s monthly Plant Clinic Online is an opportunity to chat with a Master Gardener via Zoom to diagnose a plant problem. You can also listen and learn while other people ask questions. It takes place on the second Saturday of the month (November 13th), from 10–noon. Priority will be given to questions that are emailed in advance; instructions are in the Zoom registration confirmation. Registration required.
Learn the art and science behind composting from a local Master Composter. Learn about the importance of managing your organic waste (food scraps and yard trimmings) at home. As the drought worsens and the climate warms, home-based waste management has never been more relevant. With wide reaching applications, backyard composting cuts your contribution to landfills, conserves water, and builds healthy all-natural soils that store carbon. At this workshop you will learn to build, manage and utilize a home compost pile. Participants will also learn how to transform their household kitchen scraps into a rich, fine, and nutritious soil amendment for their gardens using worms. Come prepared to learn about worm care and compare vermicompost techniques.
Drip systems can only be sustainable if they save water, irrigate correctly, and are only installed once. So many times I come across gardens that have a drip system and the garden has dying and diseased plants, it leaks, and it cannot be calibrated. Join Frank Niccoli to understand what you need to purchase, how do you install it, and how do you calibrate your new forever drip system. You owe it to your plants to do it right.