The Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program, created by University of Georgia Extension, is a certification program for businesses and residences in Georgia. The goal is to provide fact-based information to clientele and help them implement sustainable green practices in their landscape. Georgia landowners have a large impact on natural resources, such as water, wildlife, and native plants. With sustainable land management practices, we can help protect these natural resources for generations to come.
After learning about sustainable land management practices, participants can measure their own activities with the program metric scorecard and earn certification status for their landscape.
These sessions will educate residents on what they can do to have their landscapes certified as a Green Georgia Landscape.
September 7 - Composting and Encouraging Biodiversity in Your Landscape
September 14 - Native Plants and Water Conservation
September 21 - Storm Water Management and Mulch in the Landscape
September 28 - Welcoming Pollinators and Identifying Invasive Plants
October 5 - Welcoming Wildlife and Protecting Water Quality