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Author: Thomas Green

The World Needs More Regenerative Organic Farmers.

Only 1% of U.S. acreage is certified organic. 95 million acres of farmland are poised to change hands in the next decade. Organic is a $50 billion industry and growing. The time is now for the next generation of regenerative organic farmers. Why not you? With both short-term and long-term training opportunities available, you can… Read more »


IPM Symposium Abstracts Due November 12th

10th International Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Symposium February 28th to March 3rd, 2022 / Denver, Colorado, USA Submit a Poster Abstract by November 12th Use this opportunity to share your IPM work! Your poster abstract will be published in the online program. Your work will gain international exposure to leading IPM scientists, students and practitioners…. Read more »


Regenerative Agriculture: What Every Agricultural Professional Needs to Know

Attention all agricultural professionals! Consider attending this FREE webinar to learn about regenerative agriculture. Those in the field of agriculture should be prepared to answer questions about regenerative agriculture and have a plan for accessing expertise, pursuing professional development and minimizing client risk. To address these topics, The IPM Institute of North America’s co-founder and… Read more »


IPM Experience House Course invites you to attend this one day general household pest training.

When: Tuesday, June 29, 2021, From  8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Where: Texas A&M AgriLife  Research & Extension Service, Water/Land Resource Building A great introduction to entomology, integrated pest management and pesticides, this class is ideally suited for relatively new employees, IPM coordinators, registered sanitarians, and code enforcement officers who need to better understand modern pest… Read more »


Agricultural Pesticides Cause Widespread Harm to Soil Health, Threaten Biodiversity

WASHINGTON— A new study published today by the academic journal Frontiers in Environmental Science finds that pesticides widely used in American agriculture pose a grave threat to organisms that are critical to healthy soil, biodiversity and soil carbon sequestration to fight climate change. Yet those harms are not considered by U.S. regulators. The study, by researchers at the Center… Read more »


10th International Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Symposium February 28 – March 3, 2022 Denver, Colorado, USA

Proposals Due Next Month The deadline to edit an existing proposal, or submit a new proposal, is May 7, 2021. Spread the word to help us get new submissions! Proposals are invited for program sessions with an organizer and several presenters, as well as for individual presentations. Program sessions will run concurrently with others. Program session formats… Read more »