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  • 13 Jul 2018 9:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    The NJ Senate and Assembly have both unanimously passed Assembly Joint Resolution 137, which permanently designates July as Smart Irrigation Month. This is in addition to the Governor’s usual annual proclamation.

    To view the official Smart Irrigation Proclamation, click here.

    CLICK HERE to learn more about how the IA (Irrigation Association) is leading the way as our industry heads into this very important initiative!

    Smart Irrigation Month is an initiative of the Irrigation Association of New Jersey and the national Irrigation Association, both non-profit industry organizations dedicated to promoting efficient irrigation. The IANJ has over 300 certified irrigation contractor members throughout New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

  • 14 Sep 2017 2:06 PM | Anonymous

    This year, 100% of the state’s legislature is up for election and IPAC wants to be 100% there for you in these unpredictable political times. In order to do that - to be an effective voice for you in Trenton, we need 100% participation from IANJ members in this year’s IPAC drive.

    Currently, if every member of the IANJ gave just $50 to IPAC, we would more than triple our treasury, making sure that your voice is heard in what is certain to be a very noisy election season.

    IPAC helps the Irrigation Association to be successful in all of that work and more. We are 100% in this for you, and we need each and every one of you to be 100% in this with us. Please join our 100 for 100 drive today and do your part to ensure New Jersey’s irrigation contractors will be heard in today’s noisy political landscape. No amount is too small…we want all to contribute to this important industry campaign.

    Click here for the IPAC brochure and donation form or use the link to the left (under the IPAC logo) to use the PayPal link to donate.

  • 14 Sep 2017 1:49 PM | Anonymous

    Are you planning to take the October 24th Landscape IrrigationContractor Exam?  IANJ is offering multiple prep course option for you to be prepared - in person, online or BOTH!

    Monday & Tuesday, October 16th & 17th
    8:00am - 5:00pm both days
    Atlantic Irrigation - 5010 Industrial Road - Farmingdale, NJ

    The online course offers you the flexibility to work on the material on your own timetable.  Once you purchase this course you will have 90 days to complete it.  The entire course is 20 hours long and consists of 25 lessons that you can access any time convenient for you, on any device and with an ability to view each lesson multiple times. 

    Chris Pine will be the instructor for the two day in person course, as well as the online course. In addition, he will be offering a virtual (online) "refresher" course on Monday, October 23rd to provide a last minute review the day before the exam!  The review is complementary to anyone registered for either the in person or the online course (or the combined package).

    Already licensed? The study course can also fulfill your 16 required CECs for license renewal.

    For those who plan to take the exam on Tuesday, October 24th, please be sure that you are registered with the state. Registering for this study course does not automatically register you to take the exam - that is a separate registration that must be completed by September 1st through the state web site.  Click this link for more information on the exam registration procedures.

    Click here to review the option for study course registration.

  • 1 Jul 2017 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    Governor Chris Christie has proclaimed July to be Smart Irrigation Month in New Jersey to draw attention to the importance of using water efficiently. July is traditionally the month of peak demand for watering lawns, gardens and landscapes in North America. This initiative is meant to increase public awareness about simple practices and innovative technologies homeowners, businesses and property managers can use to:

    Save money on utility bills.

    Minimize or defer investments in infrastructure to store and carry water, typically paid for by property taxes or municipal bonds.

    Protect their community's water supply for generations to come.

    Homeowners typically overwater lawns and landscapes by up to 30 percent. By selecting and planting carefully, watering wisely, and maintaining and upgrading automated irrigation systems, consumers can save money, save water and see better results.

    View the Proclamation

    View the Conservation Tips

  • 31 May 2017 12:00 AM | Anonymous

    Four scholarship recipients were announced by the IANJ Board of Directors on May 30. “We were extremely pleased with the number of scholarship applications that we received and are proud of the students who are receiving these 2017 scholarships,” said IANJ President Roy Nau. $500 scholarship checks will be sent to four students.

    Recipients of the “Green Industry” Scholarships are:

    Michael Sterling, son of Rich Sterling of Sterling Irrigation in Cape May, NJ, is the 2017 valedictorian of Cape Christian Academy in Cape May.  He will attend Atlantic Cape Community College and hopefully go on to complete a four year degree. “I plan to complete a two-year business degree and eventually own my own irrigation business. As the youngest child in my family, this scholarship will greatly assist me in remaining debt free and helping my family business.”

    Logan Stein is the son of Diane Toth of Aqua Lawn, Inc.  He is currently enrolled at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT pursuing a degree in Sports Management.

    Recipients of the General Scholarships are:

    Ian Vogt, son of Thomas Vogt of Atlantic Irrigation in White Plains, NY, is a graduate of Central Bucks High School, Warminster, PA. He plans to attend Ursinus College and pursue a double major in Economics and Finance.  “I will also be a student-athlete at Ursinus and hope to continue working in the industry as I pursue my career.”

    Emma Geckler, daughter of Stephen Geckler of Aqua Lawn, is a graduate of Lauralton Hall (Ct) and plans to attend Quinnipiac University pursuing a nursing degree. “This scholarship will help support me in my endeavors with the hope I can benefit someone else in the future.”

    IANJ congratulates these outstanding students.


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