Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Mark Your Calendar: May 2-5, 2016 | Aquatic Weed Control Short Course




Mark Your Calendar!


The 2016 Aquatic Weed Control Short Course will be held May 2-5, 2016 at the Fort Lauderdale Coral Springs Marriott in Coral Springs, Florida.


Visit the website for additional information on the location, registration fees, and sponsorship opportunities. Registration will be open next month, and the sponsorship commitment form is coming soon, so be on the lookout for future announcements!




Aquatic Weed Short Course

Certification Exams and CEUs

The Short Course is appropriate for new and experienced applicators alike! 


Just getting started? Complimentary Commercial, Public, and/or Private pesticide applicator certification testing will be offered on Thursday, May 5th after the course concludes for those looking to become licensed.


Already licensed? Earn up to 22 Florida CEUs and fully re-certify your Aquatic, Natural Areas, Right-of-Way, Forestry, or Private applicator license! 



This meeting is organized by the University of Florida/IFAS Office of Conferences & Institutes (OCI).


We are pleased to provide meeting and logistics management for the Aquatic Weed Control Short Course in support of the IFAS mission to develop knowledge in agriculture, natural resources, and the environment, and to make that knowledge accessible to sustain and enhance the quality of human life. OCI is a full service conference planning division dedicated to assisting groups that share in this focus.




Jasmine Garcia | Short Course Coordinator | | 352-294-3584




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