The Northeastern IPM Center promotes the development and adoption of integrated pest management (IPM), a sound, sensible approach to dealing with pests and pesticide problems. Working with partners in agricultural, urban, and rural settings, we identify—and address—regional priorities for research, education, and outreach throughout the Northeast. Competitive grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture fund our programs, and the Center is administered at Cornell University.
By supporting IPM research and education, sharing information, and fostering partnerships, we provide environmental, human health, and economic benefits to the region.
Through our advisory council, steering committee, working groups, and staff, we foster collaboration among people and groups that have an interest and expertise in integrated pest management.
Find out more about the Center and about IPM through news articles, pest alerts, our brochure, and links to thousands of science-based resources.
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