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The New York IPM Program Seeking Nominations for it’s 2016 “Excellence in IPM Awards”

The New York State Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program is currently seeking nominations for its annual “Excellence in IPM Awards” for the year 2016. Candidates for Excellence in IPM Awards should be individuals or organizations whose work in the New York State deserves special recognition. They can be awarded for: developing new IPM tools implementing or evaluating IPM methods in… Read more »


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

The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center has announced the availability of funding through its IPM Partnership Grants Program, supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Up to $250,000 in total will be available for 2017, with a maximum of $50,000 per award, to fund projects that foster the development and adoption of… Read more »


September Issue of the Western IPM Center Newsletter Now Available

The September issue of the Western Front, the Western IPM Center‘s monthly newsletter, is now available.  This months newsletter includes articles and videos on the following topics: Utah’s State IPM program in photos Collaborative pest research in Idaho Invasive weed control on the Snake River European Grapevine Moth eradicated “Play, Clean, Go” campaign to stop new invasives… Read more »


CA Department of Pesticide Regulation’s Pest Management Research Grant Solicitation Now Available

The California Department of Pesticide Regulation’s (DPR’s) 2017/2018 Pest Management Research Grant Solicitation is now available. DPR’s Research Grant Program will distribute $500,000 to help fund projects that develop effective alternatives to agricultural fumigants and projects that assist in developing IPM to reduce risks from high risk pesticides. Depending on available funding, the total will… Read more »


Oak Wilt Detected on Long Island

New York State’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Department of Agriculture and Markets (DAM) recently announced that oak wilt has been detected in the Central Islip area of the town of Islip, Suffolk County on Long Island in New York. The disease was identified by the Cornell University Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic after samples… Read more »


IPM Institute Seeks Audit Coordinator for Sustainable Food Group

A full-time Audit Coordinator position is now available with the IPM Institute! This position will be responsible for completing remote audits of fresh produce and floral supply chains adopting field-level sustainable agriculture practices throughout North and South America. This is an opportunity to support growers around the world as they improve their sustainability performance while… Read more »


We’ve Moved!

Just when you thought it was safe to send us a letter, the IPM Institute has changed locations!  We’re now situated just alongside the Capital City trail on the east side of Madison, in the Willy Street neighborhood.  Please update your contact information with our new address: The IPM Institute of North America 211 S…. Read more »


$36.5 Million Announced for Specialty Crop Research and Extension Investments

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced 19 grants totaling $36.5 million for research and extension to support American farmers growing fruits and vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture and nursery crops including floriculture. The grants are funded through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Specialty Crop Research… Read more »


New Issue of IPM Insights Available

The July 2016 issue of IPM Insights is now available from the Northeastern IPM Center. This month’s issue is all about IPM and organic farming.  Topics covered this month include: 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… Read more »