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|NOFA Accredited Professional
There are no government standards for organic land care, as there are for organic farming. The NOFA Organic Land Care Committee stepped in to fill this gap with its own comprehensive organic standards. Land care professionals who complete the NOFA OLC 50 hour training and pass a 4 hour examination are accredited by NOFA as Organic Land Care Professionals. By choosing an accredited professional you will know that your landscaper is knowledgeable about organic methods and adheres to a strict well thought set of standards.
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|ELA Ecological Landscaping Association is a nonprofit, member-based organization of landscape professionals, homeowners, and community groups who believe in using landscape practices that are environmentally safe and beneficial. ELA was founded in 1992 by a group of forward-thinking landscape professionals to provide networking opportunities, so that people concerned about the environment could exchange ideas and experiences with others who share their concerns.|
Professional Landcare Network is an international association serving lawn care professionals, landscape management contractors, design/build/installation professionals, and interior plantscapers. PLANET develops and maintains active programs for approximately 4,000 member firms in the areas of business management, government affairs, public relations, technical assistance, safety and insurance, education, and interindustry relations with other facets of the green industry.
International Association of Hydroseeding Professionals
The IAHP was created to educate, promote and aid the hydro seeding industry. IAHP has launched a program to allow contractors to increase their learning of the industry and to set themselves apart from the competition.
|Toms River-Ocean County Chamber of Commerce
Building a strong business future in Ocean County is one of the primary goals of the Chamber of Commerce. Chamber members make an investment in our area, financially and through community service. group of “people helping people” to develop the Ocean County area as a great place to live, work and enjoy recreation.To learn more click here