Thursday, May 27, 2021

Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional Program Offers 1-Day Stormwater BMP Training June 29 In Lancaster County; Scholarships Available

Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional Program is offering a one-day, in-person Stormwater BMP Training Workshop on June 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 in Lititz, Lancaster County.

This one-day course is designed for crews and crew leaders who manage stormwater BMPs and have not yet taken CBLP Level 1 training. It covers--

-- Chesapeake Bay stormwater background

-- Overview of stormwater BMPs and common problems

-- Routine and non-routine BMP maintenance tasks 

-- Best native plants for BMPs

-- Identifying and managing invasive species

-- Developing a maintenance plan

Participants will receive the CBLP-Crews certificate upon completion of the class. 

Registration fees are tiered, and range from $150-200 per person, with discounts for organizations or agencies that send multiple staff. 


The program is pleased to offer partial ($100) scholarship funding, provided by The Campbell Foundation, for local government staff in Lancaster County.  

Scholarship funding is also available for Lancaster municipality staff to attend Level 1 training, which is a professional credential in design, installation, and maintenance of sustainable landscapes; please ask if you need info about that.

Click Here to apply for the scholarships.

To register or for more information on the workshop, visit the Stormwater BMP Training Workshop webpage.

For more information on Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional certification training, visit the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional Program website. Questions should be directed to Beth Ginter, MPSLD, CBLP Executive Director, Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council, by sending email to:

[Posted: May 27, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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