|Monday Mar 22, 2021 8:30 AM - Monday Mar 22, 2021 4:30 PM | $25.00
Adding an Organic Lawn Care Service to Your Business: A Chip Osborne Training
Market demand for organic and sustainable landscaping services continues to increase as homeowners and residents wish to reduce their exposure to toxic chemicals. But, how can your company provide organic lawn care services that meet the aesthetic expectations of your clients and remain cost-competitive with conventional lawn care services?
In this training webinar, Chip Osborne, the Founder of both Osborne Organics and the Organic Landscape Association, covers the essential components of an organic lawn care service program and how to meet or exceed the expectations of your clients. Following Osborne's training, organic lawn care companies Organic Lawns by LUNSETH, Good Nature Organic Lawn Care and Greenwise Organic Lawn care will join Midwest Grows Green's (MGG) Ryan Anderson to discuss opportunities to market your organic lawn care program to your community.
This webinar is made possible thanks to support from Stonyfield Organic. Stonyfield Organic has helped the City of East Grand Rapids, MI transition two fields at John Collins Park and Manhattan Park by funding technical assistance support from Mr. Osborne and MGG. They have funded this project led by Growing Green Grand Rapids and MGG to help Grand Rapids area landscape companies add an organic lawn care service to their business. MGG encourages all landscape companies across the Midwest region and nationwide to sign up for this training session.
Other sponsors include Organic Lawns by LUNSETH in Minneapolis, MN. To learn more about sponsoring this webinar, please visit bit.ly/MGGsponsor or contact Ryan Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
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