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Landscaper Certification Program

The California Native Plant Landscape Curriculum (CNPLC)/El Currículo de Paisaje de Plantas Nativas de California is a nine-part series that covers everything you need to know as a landscaper to successfully manage CA native plants and CA-friendly gardens. (Para una descripción del programa en español, desplácese hacia abajo.)

The California Native Plant Landscape Curriculum (CNPLC) is a nine-part series that covers everything you need to know as a landscaper to successfully manage CA native plants and CA-friendly gardens. 

This 18-hour certificate program has been developed by the top native plant experts in the state and is being funded by LADWP as a way to increase water conservation in home landscapes and to help enhance the earning potential for landscapers in their service district. 

  • 100% Free of charge
  • Flexible hours including nights and weekends
  • Available in English and Spanish
  • Comes with a FREE set of Native Plant Flashcards as well as materials for you to promote your certificate
What you will learn:
    • How to identify native and CA-friendly plants
    • Irrigation scheduling and delivery
    • Pruning CA native plants
    • Evaluating native gardens
    • Putting your curriculum to work
  • Soils and their impact on landscape management
  • Weed and pest management in native landscapes
  • LADWP rebates: how to apply and enhance your business appeal

Benefits of the Program

  • Competitive advantages through specialized training
  • Higher efficiency of workforce
  • Sustain increased profits
  • Build professional credibility 
  • Help usher LA into a new sustainable future

Watch this recorded webinar hosted at the 2020 Municipal Green Building Conference & Expo - "An Introduction to the California Native Plant Training Curriculum" to learn more details about the program.

If you are interested in participating in this free program, please fill out this short survey

This program is supported by the Theodore Payne Foundation, California Native Plant Society, The US Green Building Council LA Chapter, and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

For more information on the Theodore Payne Foundation and its Landscape certification program, please visit https://theodorepayne.org/learn/landscaper-certification/.

 


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El Currículo de Paisaje de Plantas Nativas de California

El Currículo de Paisaje de Plantas Nativas de California (CNPLC) es una serie de nueve partes que cubre todo lo que necesita saber como paisajista para administrar con éxito plantas nativas de California y jardines amigables con California. 

Este 18-hora programa de certificado ha sido desarrollado por los mejores expertos en plantas nativas del estado y está siendo financiado por el departamento de Agua y Energía de Los Ángeles como una forma de aumentar la conservación del agua en los paisajes domésticos y ayudar a mejorar el potencial de ganancia de los paisajistas en su distrito de servicio.

  • 100% gratis
  • Horas flexibles, incluyendo noches y fin de semanas 
  • Disponible en inglés y español 
  • Viene con un conjunto GRATUITO de tarjetas flash de plantas nativas, así como materiales para que usted pueda promover su certificado
Lo que vas a aprender:
    • Identificación de plantas nativas y amigables con California 
    • Suelos y su impacto en la gestión del paisaje
    • Programación y entrega de riego
    • Poner su currículo a trabajar
    • La poda de plantas nativas de California
    • Gestión de la hierba y las plagas en los paisajes nativos
    • Evaluación de jardines nativos
    • Reembolsos de LADWP: cómo aplicar y mejorar su apelación de negocio

Beneficios del programa

  • Ventajas competitivas a través de la entrenamiento especializada
  • Mayor eficiencia de la fuerza de trabajo
  • Sostener el aumento de los beneficios 
  • Construir credibilidad profesional 
  • Ayudar a incorporar a Los Ángeles a un nuevo futuro sostenible

Vea esta grabación del seminario de web organizado en la 2020 Conferencia y Expo de la Municipal de Construcción Verde  - "Una introducción al currículo de entrenamiento de plantas nativas de California" para aprender más detalles sobre el programa.

Si usted está interesado en participar en este programa gratuito, por favor llene esta breve encuesta

Este programa es apoyado por la Fundación de Theodore Payne, sociedad de la planta natal de California, el Capítulo de LA del Consejo de Construcción Verde de los Estados Unidos y el departamento de Agua y Energía de Los Ángeles

Para más información sobre la Fundación de Theodore Payne y su programa de la certificación del Paisaje, por favor visite  https://theodorepayne.org/learn/landscaper-certification/.

Are you interested in participating in this free program?

Watch this recorded webinar hosted at the 2020 Municipal Green Building Conference & Expo - "An Introduction to the California Native Plant Training Curriculum" to learn more details about the program.

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