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Northeastern IPM Center Announces Request for Applications for IPM Partnership Grants
Northeastern IPM Center Announces Request for Applications for IPM Partnership Grants

Center to award up to $250,000 for winning projects that foster the development and adoption of integrated pest management methods. Applications must be submitted by November 15, 2018.

Notice of Proposed Changes to the National Handbook of Conservation Practices for the Natural Resources Conservation Service

These standards include integrated pest management, nutrient management, pesticide mitigation, and others. A comment period is open until September 25, 2018.

The IPM Toolbox
"The IPM Toolbox" Webinar Series

We’ve asked the experts to join us online for an hour of dialogue about an effective IPM practice, method, or effort. Four new webinars are scheduled for this fall.

Bees and Their Habitats in Four New England States
Bees and Their Habitats in Four New England States

Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont contain over 400 species of bees, about which little is known except for a few common species.  Threats to bees include habitat loss, pests and pathogens, pesticides, and climate change. This publication explores practical methods for improving pollinator habitats to help meet goals in bee conservation and pollination security.

Ideas for Your Nuisance Deer Conservation Program
Ideas for Your Nuisance Deer Conservation Program

Imagine that you could hire a consultant to help you deal with the ecological damage caused by having too many deer in your municipality.

Pest Management Databases Infographic
Pest Management Databases Infographic

What free, online databases are there about pest management? These are six big ones.

A Guide to Minimum Risk Pesticides
A Guide to Minimum Risk Pesticides

The New York State IPM Program has a new online resource that provides helpful information about minimum risk pesticide ingredients.

Update: Biopesticide for Bed Bugs
Update: Biopesticide for Bed Bugs

A new fungal biopesticide spray developed at Penn State with funding from a Regional IPM grant is effective against immature and adult bed bugs.

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Management Survey for Commercial Producers
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Management Survey for Commercial Producers

Participate in a nation-wide survey to gather information from farmers and growers on the economic impact of the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) on agriculture.

2018 Partnership Grants to Protect Honey Bees in New England, Control Mice in Multi-Family Housing, and Improve Turfgrass
2018 Partnership Grants to Protect Honey Bees in New England, Control Mice in Multi-Family Housing, and Improve Turfgrass

In 2018, the Northeastern IPM Center awarded more than $300,000 for research and outreach through its IPM Partnership Grants, a competitive funding program.

Rutgers-Led "Tick Blitz" Finds Exotic Longhorned Ticks and Aggressive Lone Star Ticks in New Locations across New Jersey

The Tick Blitz was funded by a $20,000 grant from the USDA Northeastern IPM Center.

Challenges and Opportunities for Ecologically-Based Growers
Challenges and Opportunities for Ecologically-Based Growers

Even as expectations for higher-quality food rise, we face water and air pollution, loss of beneficial organisms, and increasing persistence of pests.

IPM and Organic Moving Forward Together
IPM and Organic Moving Forward Together

Is it time to re-assess and re-label both IPM and organic as ecologically-based?

Foundations of IPM, Organic Point Way Over Barriers
Foundations of IPM, Organic Point Way Over Barriers

Adherents of organic and IPM practices share a basic principle: emphasis is placed on human health, the environment, and economics.

Ecologically-Based Growers Face Obstacles and Market Could Help
Ecologically-Based Growers Face Obstacles and Market Could Help

Money has spun the world of food, particularly food produced using IPM and organic practices.

Bed Bug Trend Heats Up
Bed Bug Trend Heats Up

Bed bugs are now a top worry for property managers.

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