In early 2021, NYSNLA held a Virtual Education Series, in order to provide quality professional development in safe setting. The Series also allowed us to bring together members and colleagues together from across the state to learn from nationally-recognized experts. If you were unable to join us for the Series, you can now access the entire Series presentations and watch them on-demand! There are a total of 7 offerings.
Click the link to see all of the on-demand webinars available.
CNLP Credits: Viewers who wish to obtain Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional (CNLP) credits will need to complete and submit a brief survey in order to earn the specified number of credit hours. NYSDEC and ISA credits are not available through these webinars.
A New Year of Quality, Easy-to-Access Professional Development...
We inaugurated our Virtual Education Series in 2021--and are pleased to bring the third year of value and professional development to the members of NYSNLA, our Regions, and green industry colleagues across the Empire State.
CLICK the link below to learn more about the 2023 Virtual Education Series offered by the NYSNLA.
REGISTER TODAY FOR THE VIRTUAL EDUCATION SERIES! WE KICK-OFF NEXT WEDNESDAY!
NYSNLA and the Regions are not going to be stopped by Omicron from bringing you quality professional development, networking and camaraderie! It's all come together and we are following the format we successfully used last year!
Please join us for our Virtual Education Series 2022!
For full details go to: https://www.nysnla.com/virtual-education-series-2022
Register today at: https://nysnla.memberclicks.net/virtualeducationseries2022#/
To the members of PLANTCNY,
Please see the following message, sent to us from Carl Schimenti, Cornell Turfgrass Program Manager, regarding a number of webinars and virtual education programs that Cornell is sponsoring and making available to our members. If you would like additional information regarding these programs, please contact Carl directly; you’ll find his contact information at the end of this email.
Thanks, and stay well!
I’m reaching out today on behalf of the Cornell Turfgrass program. In lieu of the current situation re: Covid 19, we felt it would be beneficial to provide virtual forms of extension and education for our turf folks here in NY. This would also provide a forum for people to ask questions and also interact in a way that at least partially fills the social void that has been left open for many.
We've decided to break them up into 3 separate webinars on different days. One for golf turf, one for sports turf, and one for lawn/landscape (which you all may have audiences that are interested in). We are hoping to keep these relatively short, around 15 mins, and then open up for questions at the end.
I've put down the webinar links for each recurring webinar below, and the link will stay the same every week. Attendees will need to sign-in with an e-mail address before each session, but no need to register and of course no registration fee.
Golf Turf: Every Wednesday, starting 3/25 at 10am. Link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/599896323
Sports Turf: Every other Thursday, starting 3/26 at 10am. Link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/968527067
Lawn and Landscape: Every other Friday, starting 3/27 at 10am. Link: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/790738453
We'd love for you to spread the word to anyone you feel is interested!
Also of note: we may record and post webinar recordings to YouTube after the live session as we understand many people won't be able to attend every week.
We are looking forward to it!
Cornell Turf Research Program Manager
School of Integrative Plant Sciences
48A Plant Science Building
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
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