Sustainable Landscaping and the Community: How to Partner with Non-profits to connect with customers and build your business

Registration Eligibility
Landscape professionals including contractors, designers, arborists and growers.
Start Date
10/16/2018
End Date
10/16/2018
Description
Sustainable landscaping, natural lawn care, and native planting can contribute to social well-being, while adding to your bottom line. Many environmental and social programs exist in Greater Chicago and across Illinois that allow for partnerships, collaborations, and sponsorships with your business. The Midwest Pesticide Action Center’s Ryan Anderson alongside two to three leading non-profits and businesses in the sustainable landscaping space cover why as a contractor you would want to partner with environmental and social non-profits, the programs, projects, and opportunities in Illinois to partner and collaborate on, and best strategies for selecting the non-profit programs and projects to partner and support.
Location
Glencoe, IL
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
Yes
Subjects
Design-Build
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Attendees will learn how partnering with partnering with environmental non-profits helps your business, examine the best strategies for selecting programs to support and how sustainable landscaping/native plantings contribute to social well being.
Instructors
Ryan Anderson, Midwest Pesticide Action Center
Website Registration
Course Codes
Provider
Illinois Landscape Contractors Association


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