Ewing Kicks Off New Landscape and Irrigation Workshops

Updated Feb 19, 2013


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Green Industry professionals can learn new skills, earn CEUs, and gain business ideas with Ewing’s new classes for 2012-2013. New curriculum focuses on the latest trends, technologies, and best management practices to help landscape and irrigation professionals become more competitive and profitable.


With more than 200 classes being offered across the country, Ewing’s affordable courses offer busy contractors a convenient way to build their skills and receive CEUs. Workshops are divided into five main tracks: irrigation and water management, turf, lighting, business and hardscape.


Courses will be offered from October through April 2013 at various locations throughout the U.S. Participants may use their accrued Hunter Preferred Contractor Points to pay for workshops. For more information, or to view course details, search for courses by state, and register at EwingEducationServices.com.


Custom training is also available for organizations, water agencies and other interested professionals through Ewing’s Enterprise Training program.

Ewing offers continuing education units that complement the continuing education programs of the Irrigation Association (IA), Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), Professional Landcare Network (PLANET), Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES), Oregon Landscape Contractors Board (LCB), Louisiana Irrigation Association (LIA) and the North Carolina Irrigation Contractors’ Licensing Board (NCICLB). Check with your certifying organization to confirm which classes qualify.

About Ewing
Ewing is the largest family-owned supplier of landscape and water management products in the country. Ewing offers commercial and residential irrigation supplies, water management solutions, landscape and turf products, hardscape, landscape lighting, water features, erosion control, industry-leading seminars and more to professionals serving the landscaping, sports turf, golf, agricultural and industrial industries.



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