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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 »


Thomas A. Green Receives Lifetime Achievement Honor for Commitment to IPM

Dr. Thomas A. Green from the IPM Institute of North America, Inc, has been selected to receive the Lifetime Achievement award from the International IPM Symposium for promoting Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and sustainability for more than 30 years. The Lifetime Achievement Award is awarded to individuals who have dedicated their careers to IPM. This… Read more »


Honeybear Brands Honored for Collaborative Pest Management Efforts

Honeybear Brands, a company that grows, packages and distributes apples in the Upper Midwest, is being recognized by the International IPM Symposium for work promoting safe, effective, sustainable pest management. Honeybear Brands has been selected to receive an IPM Team Award for its success in implementing the TruEarth Certification program. Honeybear Brands growers adopted the… Read more »


New white paper explores the rise and role of regenerative ag and charts a path forward for food companies and ag retailers

Food companies and ag retailers now have a valuable new resource to help them navigate the universe of regenerative agriculture, in our new white paper called Regenerative Agriculture Benefits, Barriers and Call to Action. Successful regenerative farmers, innovative food companies including General Mills and Applegate, and pioneering ag retailers share their thoughts and experiences in this… Read more »


“Success first.” How one ag retailer is helping farmers adopt conservation practices, profitably.

MFA Incorporated, a Missouri-based ag retailer and regional farm supply and marketing cooperative representing 45,000 farmers and ranchers teamed up with three state conservation agencies to help farmers manage both profitability and environmental sustainability. This partnership is featured in a case study report prepared for the Environmental Defense Fund called Farmers Find Profit and Sustainability:… Read more »


Electric tractors, agribots and regenerative agriculture

Electric tractors and autonomous field robots are not a thing of the future anymore: they are here and are proving to be useful for reducing the carbon footprint of agriculture around the world. To read more about this technology and the role it could play in the growing practice of regenerative farming, click here.


Tick IPM Special Session

Please join us Thursday, December 10th from 1:00-2:30pm CDT for the Tick Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Special Session hosted by the Public Tick IPM Working Group in ­­collaboration with the TickEncounter Resource Center and One Health Lessons! Tick species and tickborne diseases of medical importance are increasing in number and geographic distribution and generating enormous… Read more »