Sustainable Landscape Stewards
Sustainable Landscape Stewards is a 9-class training course for community leaders taught by experts in the land use planning, and aquatic sciences fields. Earn 3.6 continuing education credits from UVM.
The objectives of the course are for students to learn about the science and policy behind land use impacts on water quality and the emerging field of green stormwater infrastructure (GSI). Participants will gain knowledge and skills to successfully advocate for, design, implement and maintain sustainable landscape projects.
Classes will meet Thursday-Saturday for three sessions in Spring 2014 (nine classes total).
Thursday and Friday classes will be 5-8pm in a classroom setting at the Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory (3 College St., Burlington). Saturdays consist of a field experience from 9am-4pm. Remote options are possible for the Thursday and Friday classes.
3 Books included.