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Information about all G3 professional training opportunities and career paths.

Meet The New G3 Training Workshop – The Watershed Wise Landscape Professional

  In May 2015, G3 joined a handful of other organizations nationally to become an EPA WaterSense Partner offering an approved irrigation system auditor certification: the Watershed Wise Landscape Professional (WWLP). This partnership has tremendous implications for how our G3 Associates are viewed in the industry including expanded business opportunities. Our members are professionals who [...]

By | August 12th, 2015|Professional Training, WaterSense|0 Comments

G3 Launches (VOW) Voice Of The Watersheds Project

G3 COM Workshop Focus Group G3's Voice of the Watersheds (VOW) Project, lifted off last week with the first G3 Communication Workshop Focus Group.  Seven G3 educators and activists from across California, joined G3 Associate, Marianne Simon in a day-long workshop designed to hone their personal presentation styles into dynamic and effective voices [...]

By | June 18th, 2012|Professional Training, TerraBLOG|0 Comments

Ventura Lawn Long Gone!

25 volunteers arrived at the home of Dan Long for a Garden Assistance Party (GAP) building an Ocean Friendly Garden in his front yard. The event was organized and funded by the City of Ventura and Surfrider's Ventura Chapter with a California Coastal Commission Whale Tail Grant. Landscape professionals, environmental activists, representatives from Aqua [...]

City of Pasadena: HOW To Build A Sponge Garden

Saturday April 28, 2012 - Saturday April 28, 2012 Catalina & Union Ave. Intersection Map and Directions | Register Description:THE DATE FOR THIS EVENT HAS CHANGED AGAIN!!!!  The City of Pasadena Department of Power & Water hosts its first Hands-on Workshop (HOW): Building a Sponge Garden.  This is a hands-on experience, so join us to [...]

G3 Launches Garden Steward Series

G3 has launched curriculum development on the G3 Garden Steward Series of workshops to bring people who maintain gardens (residential, commercial, and public) into their rightful role as stewards of the environment.  At the core of the G3 Garden Steward Series is a deep understanding of Water and Resource Management Techniques including: Plant/Soil/Water Relationship For [...]

By | September 23rd, 2011|Homeowner Classes, Professional Training, TerraBLOG|0 Comments

G3 Launches Garden Steward Series

G3 has launched curriculum development on the G3 Garden Steward Series of workshops to bring people who maintain gardens (residential, commercial, and public) into their rightful role as stewards of the environment.  At the core of the G3 Garden Steward Series is a deep understanding of Water and Resource Management Techniques including: Plant/Soil/Water Relationship For [...]

By | September 23rd, 2011|Homeowner Classes, Professional Training, TerraBLOG|0 Comments

G3 Bowled Over By Santa Barbara Hands On Workshop (HOW) Participants

Santa Barbara Ocean Friendly Gardens Site Evaluation Hands-on Workshop The scene was an overcast Sunday morning, with forty people (homeowners, agency representatives, landscape professionals) participating in the second event in the California Coastal Commission's Whale Tail Grant-funded Santa Barbara Ocean Friendly Gardens Program, co-sponsored by Surfrider Foundation, The City of Santa Barbara, Goleta Water [...]

OCLDN BBQ Inspires Core Concepts Workshop

A warm August evening. A stunning outdoor living space. Landscape professionals who can cook. Where are we? The O.C. of course!  Once again the OCLDN hosts a great event.  This time it was a barbeque to celebrate summer and introduce to the group Paul Herzog of Surfrider Foundation's Ocean Friendly Gardens Program and Lenica [...]

By | August 13th, 2011|OWL Stories, Professional Training, TerraBLOG|0 Comments

Water Efficiency Professional Training Program: Generation Water 2011

Generation Water July 2011 Cohort G3 worked with non-profit Generation Water to develop and implement a Water Efficiency Professional Training Program for its youth employees who are part of their green workforce development effort under the State of California's first Green Innovation Challenge Grant (a $2.5 million grant to grow the water efficiency sector) received by [...]