Webinar to compare cost factors of Integrated Pest Management and Natural Lawn Care turf management versus conventional

The Midwest Pesticide Action Center in partnership with the Illinois Sports Turf Managers Association will host its second Midwest Grows Green Lawn & Land Forum webinar on Wednesday Jan. 18 at 10 am.

In this session, our two panelists Dan Dinelli from North Shore Country Club and Jeff Swano from Dig Right In Landscaping, Inc will cover the cost factors of Integrated Pest Management and Natural Lawn Care turf management versus conventional lawn care. I attached a PDF with more details. Registration is free at bit.ly/MGGjan18.

WHEN: Jan. 18, 10 – 11 am
WHERE: Webinar series at GoToWebinar
WHO: Panelists include Dan Dinelli, Superintendent for North Shore Country
Club and Jeff Swano, President for Dig Right In Landscaping Inc.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Managers of turf and other lands including those of Park and School Districts, Municipalities, Policymakers, Non-profits, and Corporate
Campuses.
SUMMARY: Bring your calculator and help us measure how costs for Integrated Pest
Management and/or Natural Lawn Care stack up to conventional lawn
care practices! In our second webinar installment of the Midwest Grows
Green (MGG) Lawn & Land Forum, turf experts Dan Dinelli and Jeff
Swano evaluate the factors and decisions that could drive up or lower
costs in an IPM policy and how to manage them for best results
economically, aesthetically, and environmentally.

The MGG Lawn & Land Forum is a collaboration between MPAC and the Illinois
Sports Turf Managers Association to document, summarize, and improve
the state of Integrated Pest Management and Natural Lawn Care policies
and practices locally, regionally, and nationally. All summaries, findings, and
resources developed from this forum will remain open source to turf managers,
policymakers, and individuals interested in applying IPM policies and programs
to their work.
REGISTER FOR FREE AT: bit.ly/MGGjan18
MORE QUESTIONS: Contact Ryan Anderson at randerson@pesticideaction.org
or 773-878-8245

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