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November 14, 2013 @ 8:30 am - November 15, 2013 @ 5:00 pm
Whether you are a lake manager or a lake resident, an ecologist or an engineer, this popular two-day course is for you. From small ponds to large lakes, drinking water reservoirs to fishing lakes, if you want your lake and watershed management efforts to be successful you need a technically sound foundation. This course will give you the training needed to properly investigate and diagnose lake quality problems and to develop and implement cost-effective, restoration measures.
NJ Pesticide Applicators: Day One: 2 Units in 13 (IPM in Schools), 12 units in 5 (Aquatic), 1 unit in 6B (Right-of-Way), 2 units in CORE (Basic Safety & Handling); Day Two: 1 unit in 3A (Ornamentals), 1 unit in 3B(Turf), 10 units in 5 (Aquatic), 2 units in 6B (Right-of-Way)
NY Pesticide Applicators: Day One: 5 credits in 5A; Day Two: 3 credits in 5A, 1 credit in 5C
DE Pesticide Applicators: 4 units in 5A (Aquatic)
MD Pesticide Applicators: 6 units in 5 (Aquatic) and 10 (Demonstration & Research)
PA Pesticide Applicators: 6 units in PC (Private Category), 4 credits in 09 (Aquatic), 7 credits in 18 (Demonstration and Research), 7 credits in 23 (Park/School Pest Control)
NALMS Certified Lake Managers/Professionals: 1.2 CEUs
NJ Water/Wastewater License Holders: 6 TCHs
NJ Landscape Architects: 14 credit hours
NJ Certified Public Works Managers: 5 Technical, 3 Management, 2 Government
NY Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors: 11 PDHs (Day 1 = 6 PDHs, Day 2 = 5 PDHs).
**Note: (If person has taken Pond Management, only Day 2 credits will be accepted for this course.**
Certified Wildlife Biologist: The Wildlife Society allows a maximum of 12 contact hours in Category I of the Certified Wildlife Biologist Renewal/Professional Development Certificate Program for participation in the Lake Management short course.
To learn more, please visit: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/courses/current/ew0301ca.html