Ecological Landscape Design 1

Organizer: SBCC School of Extended Learning
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SBCC School of Extended Learning, Career Skills Institute

New class! Come learn how ecological landscape design can positively transform daily living and the environment. In this 4-session short course, learn how to apply ecological and environmental principles to design sustainable landscapes. This course covers an introduction to the design method and process along with the basic hands-on ecological landscaping tools necessary to build and maintain a regenerative landscape. Ecological Landscape Design 2 is offered April 26 – May 5. Students who successfully complete both courses receive an entry level ecological landscape certificate granted by the State of California.

Ecological Landscape Design 1 takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 12 – April 21. Classes will be held 5:30 PM – 7:50 PM.

Course number: EHV NC010 (CRN 68287)

Date: Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 12 – April 21

Time: 5:30 PM – 7:50 PM

Format: In-person

Location: Wake 26

Class cost: Free 

Contact: Register online at https://www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning. For assistance with registration, call (805) 683-8205.

About SBCC School of Extended Learning

The School of Extended Learning responds to the diverse learning needs of the adult population in the Santa Barbara community by advancing career and life skills, and building bridges to credit. 

SBCC Career Skills Institute is part of the programs offered through the School of Extended Learning. The innovative program is endorsed by LinkedIn® and serves job seekers, employers and employees with a tuition–free, noncredit certificate program to provide career training for employees and job seekers. Participants can earn certificates and digital badges demonstrating knowledge and skills in over 60 areas of business, design, technology, and career education. For more information, visit www.sbcc.edu/ExtendedLearning.

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