Founded in 1974, the Irrigation Association of New Jersey is a voluntary nonprofit organization formed to:
• Promote the proper use and design of irrigation systems.
• Promote water conservation.
• Collect and disseminate information of concern to its members, the public and associated industries.
• Keep the public, private institutions and governmental agencies abreast of the economic impact and concerns of its members.
• Conduct educational programs.
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IANJ Director Wade Slover (Atlantic Irrigation), Assemblyman Paul Moriarty, IANJ President Mike Edmiston (The Toro Company), and Tim Martin (MBI-Gluckshaw)
IPAC is Working for You!
IRRIGATION 101 - DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKE TO TEACH? ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTING
IANJ is Looking to Train You as a Course Instructor
The IANJ Board of Trustees has approved a "train the trainer" program for interested members to become instructors of course materials presented by the association.
This would be a two-day training class conducted by Art Elmers of Netafim USA. A small course fee would be assessed to cover training materials and facility expenses.
If you are interested in becoming a contractor course instructor, please email Pat Koziol at email@example.com with your resume.
Mr. Elmers will review all resumes and respond to all requests.
IANJ/NJLCA ANNUAL GOLF CHALLENGE
September 9, 2013
Picatinny Golf Course
Picatinny Arsenal, NJ
The 2nd Annual IANJ/NJLCA Golf Challenge will be held September 9th at a NEW location - Picatinny Arsenal Golf Club! Click here for more
IANJ SUPPORTS SMART IRRIGATION AND
The Irrigation of New Jersey is a partner with American Water on this special initiative to conserve water and utilize the best irrigation practices for smart irrigation.
Please feel free to download this informative brochure and make it available to your customers and clients. This can also be used to start promoting July's smart Irrigation Month! Click here for the brochure
IANJ Spring Meeting speaker Jeff Harmon provided a useful overview on how to mamage your projects. Click here for a copy of the presentation.
To 1/31/13 Cert renewals
There are no Continuing Education Credits (CECs) required for the Jan 31, 2013 certificate renewal.
The regulations governing CECs have not been adopted at this date.
When in effect sixteen (16) CECs will be required for renewal. Certificate holders with renewal dates of Jan 31, 2014 and Jan. 31, 2015 may submit CECs dating from July 15, 2010, the effective date of the amended statute. Subsequent renewals will allow a three year look back period for CECs.
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