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  • Regulatory Training in Underground Storage Tanks | Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    of the Environmental Consultant in Litigation Understanding Sustainability Management Vapor Intrusion Under the LSRP Program Air Quality All Air Quality Courses Auditor s Workshop Managing Environmental Compliance Emission Statements Using RADIUS Mastering RADIUS NJDEP Air Quality Permitting Seminar NJDEP Vapor Intrusion Guidance Radon and Indoor Air Quality Courses Vapor Intrusion Under the LSRP Program Ecology All Ecology Courses Ecological Risk Assessment Practice and Protocols Environmental Law All Environmental Law Courses Advanced Petroleum Forensics Geochemistry Discharge Prevention Program Compliance in NJ Environmental Forensics Environmental Law Regulation Environmental Law for LSRPs The Ethical Organization The Role of the Environmental Consultant in Litigation Geology Groundwater All Geology Groundwater Courses Geology Hydrogeology Chemistry Glacial Deposits of NJ Groundwater in Fractured Bedrock Practical Applications in Hydrogeology GIS Geomatics All GIS Geomatics Courses ArcGIS Introduction ArcGIS Editing Data Development Land Use Development All Land Use Development Courses Advanced Petroleum Forensics Geochemistry Brownfields Emerging Issues in Redevelopment Coastal Project Review Ecological Risk Assessment Practice and Protocols Environmental Audits Site Assessments Environmental Forensics Environmental Funding Freshwater Wetlands Innovative Technologies for Site Remediation NJDEP Case Study Training for LSRPs NJDEP Environmental Quality Assurance Technical Guidance NJDEP Vapor Intrusion Guidance Regulatory Training in Underground Storage Tanks Sewer Extensions Treatment Works Approvals Vapor Intrusion Under the LSRP Program Safety OSHA All Safety Courses Introduction to Hazardous Waste Management OSHA 40 24 8 Hour HAZWOPER Training OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER Training OSHA 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher Central OSHA 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher North OSHA 8 Hour HAZWOPER Refresher South Soil Science Septic Systems All Soil Science Septic System Courses Onsite Wastewater Disposal Systems Septic Inspections in New Jersey Soils and Site Evaluation for Septic Disposal Systems Stormwater BMP s Stormwater Management All Stormwater Management Courses HEC RAS A 3 Day Intensive Hands on Workshop Stormwater Management for Engineers Stormwater Management Rule BMP

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  • Landscape Lighting | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    II Certificate Find out who should take this course About the instructor Photos from the Landscape Lighting Class and Examples of Dave Beausoleil s Work Credits The January 9 10 2013 offering of this course was approved for the following credits We will reapply for similar credits the next time the course runs but we cannot guarantee credit approval for future offerings Certified Public Works Manager CPWM Credits 6 Technical 2 Management NJ Licensed Professional Engineers 8 Continuing Professional Competency Credits Please call 732 932 9271 ext 625 for the latest credit information Fees Early Registration Fee TBD Registration Fee TBD Substitutions are permitted View cancellation policy Meals Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to you on Day 1 Continental breakfast and pizza lunch will be provided to you on Day 2 NOTE If you have any dietary restrictions or special needs please alert us at least 1 week in advance of the course date so that we may accommodate you Location GPS systems may not recognize campus addresses Even if they take you to the correct building they will not take you to the assigned parking lot Therefore we strongly recommend that you use the directions we provide New Brunswick NJ Register Sorry Registration is not currently available Would you like to be notified when the next offering is scheduled Here are 3 convenient ways to be added to our mailing list 1 Click here to join our mailing list please reference Landscape Lighting or Course Code AL0501 2 Call us at 732 932 9271 3 E mail us at ocpe njaes rutgers edu Attention U S Veterans All of the courses offered by the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education are approved by the New Jersey State Approving Agency for Veterans Training for tuition reimbursement through the

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  • Managing Your Clean Communities Program | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    for litter control and clean up programs The NJ Clean Communities Council is the nonprofit organization designated by the Clean Communities Act to collect statistical reports at the close of each grant year This workshop will present detailed information on the program including Clean Communities grants the how s and why s Developing an effective Clean Communities program what you need to know Online reporting Best practices and how you can apply them Adopt a Beach Adopt a Highway and other programs Credits 6 Recertification credits classroom for NJ CRPs CPWM credits 3 Management 3 Government Fees Registration Fee TBD Substitutions are permitted View cancellation policy Meals Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided to you at no additional cost NOTE If you have any dietary restrictions or special needs please alert us at least 1 week in advance of the course date so that we may accommodate you Location We strongly recommend that you use the directions we provide Bordentown NJ Register Sorry Registration is not currently available Would you like to be notified when the next offering is scheduled Here are 3 convenient ways to be added to our mailing list 1 Click here to join our mailing

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  • Contact Us | Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education
    find what you re looking for If yes please provide your name and contact information below Yes No First Name Email Phone Would you like to report a broken link If yes please fill out the two questions below Yes No What website were you on before you came to our error page This website cpe rutgers edu Another website Please describe the webpage you were on so that we

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  • Rutgers Golf Turf Management School Alumni Elevate Environmental Stewardship | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    by KemperSports has hosted a series of county organized bird walks at the course Quail Brook Golf Course is a haven for both golfers and wildlife Pierce credits the Rutgers Golf Turf Management School for setting the stage for his success in creating green environments The integrated pest management class showed us alternatives to controlling certain issues Pierce said That led to my team establishing a good system at Heron Glen from the outset Today Pierce sits on the NJWSA s River Friendly Golf Course Technical Advisory Committee It is great to see people taking this step forward and the watershed authority doing its part to keep these programs alive It really does make a difference Thomas Grigal and Rich Evans agree As superintendent and assistant superintendent respectively at Quail Brook they spearheaded that property becoming the very first River Friendly course in 2005 and the first to be re certified in 2011 Quail Brook is one of five courses operated by the Somerset County Park Commission all of which are River Friendly certified or undergoing certification This program is not just about getting certified and re certified explained Grigal a 1980 Rutgers Turf School graduate It involves ongoing everyday processes that help the environment And in addition to the rewards of being good stewards golf courses with sustainable practices save money on machinery and fuel because they are mowing less property on water because they are conserving it and on fertilizer and other chemicals because they are using them minimally Nesting hawks at Quail Brook Golf Course For Grigal and Evans their green aesthetic began developing in school As Grigal noted even going back to my time at Rutgers so much of the class focus and material related to being environmentally friendly I can t give the teachers enough credit The knowledge you gain there is fantastic Each year more and more wildlife from nesting hawks to deer and their fawns can be found in the no mow areas at Quail Brook an indication that the course s green efforts are working We are doing something right said Evans who graduated from the Rutgers Turf School in 2009 Just to look at the golf course and see the way it s changing over the years is fantastic This is a long process and a lot of work but it gives such a good feeling Kathy Hale a principal watershed protection specialist with NJWSA noted that the River Friendly certification program advances the understanding that environmentally sound courses are quality courses The certification also provides an outstanding opportunity for courses to educate their clients she said New Jersey s golf courses can really be leaders in environmental stewardship by showing the public how they are making an effort to protect water quality and reduce their environmental impact Hale noted that the NJWSA program complements several other programs designed to recognize and support environmentally conscious golf courses Other programs include Groundwater Guardian Green Site Quail Brook recently earned this certification from

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  • Rutgers OCPE Organic and Reduced Pesticide Input Turfgrass Management Courses 2012 | Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education
    are not approved as such in the USDA National Organic Program Standards or by the Organic Materials Review Institute There is also disagreement over whether turfgrass fertilizers derived from sewage sludge should be allowed in organic turf care Organic programs need to be clearly defined so that there is little question as to what can and cannot be applied this course will clarify these issues Rutgers instructor and researcher Brad Park Photo by Dave Breeding Turfgrass selection and establishment of well adapted varieties are critical components of an organic program Improved disease and insect resistance is essential to any policy that eliminates synthetic pesticide use These recommendations will be covered in the course Sound soil management mowing irrigation and fertilization practices are the foundation of an organic turf management program Unfortunately institutions often implement organic turf management as nothing more than once per week mowing These turfgrass stands typically have limited grass cover and are riddled with weeds A goal of this course is to emphasize that organic management does not mean no management Soil management mowing fertilization irrigation and overseeding will be discussed The Organic Turfgrass Management course will also examine organic and low impact pesticides Materials described as organic and low impact often differ greatly in cost efficacy and product handling and application methods compared to their synthetic counterparts The advantages and disadvantages of these products need to be fully understood before an organic turf care program can be properly implemented Rutgers Extension Specialist Jim Murphy Photo by Bruce Clarke Rutgers University will also be offering its popular day course on Reduced Pesticide Inputs and Organic Options for Sports Turf The class will be held on Tuesday February 21 2012 on Rutgers Cook Campus Increasingly organic fertilizers and pest control options suitable for small area home lawns are

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