The Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC) IPMCP trains green industry professionals working in the coastal zone to provide sustainable invasive plant management services to clients, and to facilitate restoration of degraded coastal habitats. Training topics include:
Professionals having completed the two-day training are recognized as Coastal Invasive Managers by the RI Coastal Resources Management Council (CRMC)*.
*Beginning in 2012 (and space permitting), those interested in attending the training but not earning certification will be able to register for a reduced fee of $150.
Wednesday, March 12,2014
Thursday, March 13, 2014
TIME: 9:00 - 4:00pm
LOCATION: Center for Biotechnology & Life Sciences (CBLS, Room 152, URI Kingston Campus, Kingston, RI
Certified Coastal Invasive Managers in Rhode Island are required to earn recertification credits every 2 years to maintain their certification status. Credits are earned by attending a recertification training scheduled twice yearly (usually in March and July) by the URI Outreach Center. Certified Coastal Invasive Managers are encouraged to avoid a lapse in their certification by attending recertification training BEFORE their certification expires.
Date: Summer 2014
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: URI Bay Campus, Coastal Institute, Hazard Rooms
Questions? Contact Kate Venturini at email@example.com or call 401.874.4096
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What is a Certified Invasive Manager?
A certified Invasive Manager (IM) is a green industry professional conducting work in the coastal zone who has completed the 2-day CRMC Invasive Plant Management Certification Program and passed the take-home examination administered by the URI Outreach Center.
Certification is granted for a two-year period. Recertification is required to maintain Certified Coastal Invasive Manager status, and can be earned by attending a URI Outreach Center recertification session in July or January/February each year. It is the responsibility of the professional to maintain certification.
URI recommends that all green industry professionals conducting work in the coastal zone obtain a Pesticide Applicator (PAT) license through RI DEM. Please click the link for more information about the PAT core training schedule: DEM Pesticide Applicator Training
Who should become a Certified Invasive Manager?
- Landscape management business owners
- Landscape management crew foremen
- Landscape architects
- Landscape designers
- Land trust managers
Contact Info for IPMCP:
Kate Venturini, Research Associate II
URI Outreach Center
3 East Alumni Ave
Kingston, RI 02881
Caitlin Chaffee, Coastal Policy Analyst
Coastal Resources Management Council
Stedman Government Center - Suite 3
4808 Tower Hill Rd.
Wakefield, RI 02879-1900