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Questions, please contact Michele Lovejoy at 608-268-4947 or by email.
Draining fields lowers the water table to improve aeration in the root zone, decreases denitrification potential, and speeds warming in the spring for earlier planting, however nutrients in the drainage water may move into streams, rivers, and lakes, and increase the potential for eutrophication. This webinar will introduce CCAs, CPAgs, and CPSSs to water management structures and other BMPs that are available to reduce denitrification in the field and nutrient loading in surface waters.
This webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Nutrient Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC. Cost for the webinar is $25.00 for members and certified professionals and $40.00 for non-members. Register now!
The code of ethics is one of the four pillars to becoming certified. It separates certified professionals from non-certified and defines acceptable behavior for the profession. Does it impact your daily work or should it? What happens when someone violates it? There is a process that the certification program uses for handling complaints. This along with real world situations will be discussed.
This webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Professional Development for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Ethics for CPSS/CPSC. Cost for the webinar is $25.00 for members and certified professionals and $40.00 for non-members. Register now!
4Rs Nutrient management - In and out of Season webinar series
Thursdays, June 18, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16 and July 23, 2015
Everybody is talking about 4Rs, and the importance of policing ourselves before others do. This 6-webinar series will review the essentials of Right Source, Right Rate, Right Place, Right Time, and build upon the 4R Nutrient Management Planning (4R NMP) performance objectives to provide practical information the planner can use year-round in nutrient management recommendations.
CCAs: This series also can be used to prepare for the specialty certification exam (available in IA, IL, IN, MI, MN, and WI) which will be offered for the first time in August 2015.
Each webinar will be worth 1.0 CEU in Nutrient Management for CCAs/CPAgs and 1.0 CEU in Professional Meetings for CPSS/CPSC. Cost for the each individual webinar is $25.00 for members and certified professionals and $40.00 for non-members. Cost for the series is $135.00 for members and certified professionals and $216.00 for non-members. Register now!
If you have any questions, please contact Michele Lovejoy, e-mail: email@example.com or phone: 608-268-4947.
Suggestions for online educational topics? Please let us know what they are by contacting Luther Smith, Director of Certification and Licensing Programs.
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