From IPM Voice
IPM Fact Sheets
Maine IPM- October, 2012
IPM and Food Safety - April 10, 2012
IPM is Critical to Specialty Crops - March 3, 2012
Integrated Pest Management Works for American Agriculture - March 1, 2012
USDA IPM Centers Fact Sheet - October 2011
Northeast IPM Fact Sheet - October 2011
Letter to BAA Working Group re Crop Protection Program and consolidation - September 2012
Letter to NIFA re Crop Protection Program and consolidation - April 2012
Letter to NIFA re ensuring a clear path for IPM funding in NIFA RFAs - December 2011
Letter to Senate and House Ag Appropriations Subcommittees regarding funding cuts to Regional IPM Centers and Section 406 programs - sent August 2010
Letter to stakeholders regarding potential elimination of IPM program funding - July 2010
Talking points about
the value of Regional IPM Centers, CAR, and RAMP
- July 2010
IPM Voice Farm Bill Initiatives - March 1, 2012
From the National USDA IPM Centers
IPM Centers Presentation to NIFA
Retrospective of the Regional IPM Grants Program
Adoption and Impacts of IPM in Agriculture in the Western United States
Impacts of the Regional IPM Competitive Grants Program in the Western United States
Western IPM Center Annual Reports
IPM Institute of North America, Inc is an independent non-profit organization formed in 1998 to foster recognition and rewards in the marketplace for goods and service providers who practice Integrated Pest Management, or IPM.
The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) serves as a voice for sustainable agriculture, advocating for policies and programs that support environmentally sustainable agriculture, natural resources and rural communities.
The 7th International IPM Symposium
in March 2012 addressed Integrated Pest Management (IPM) across disciplines, internationally, in the market place, agricultural, structural community settings, horticultural, and natural environments. Many session participants have shared pdf files of their presentations and posters on the website.
EPA IPM web site
EPA School IPM
National USDA IPM Centers is a nationwide network that works to enhance the connection between the USDA and pest management stakeholders including agricultural producers, pest management professionals, public policymakers, regulatory agencies, environmental organizations, researchers, educators and the general public. The centers organize and provide IPM information to these stakeholders. The centers work to identify IPM priorities within their region and collaborate with each other to address nationwide issues.
North Central IPM Center
Northeastern IPM Center
Southern IPM Center
Western IPM Center
Beyond Pesticides works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides.
Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives.
The Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP) combines outreach, education, advocacy and organizing to protect the health of people and the environment by advancing alternatives to pesticides.
National Science Foundation Center for Integrated Pest Management serves a lead role in technology development, program implementation, training, and public awareness for IPM at the state, regional, and national level.
Sustainable Places Information Network is an online network for IPM professionals that features IPM videos, blogs, webinars and peer-to-peer communications tools.