The April 2023 issue of IPM Insights.
A recent paper by the Northeastern IPM Center, published in the Journal of IPM, examined IPM adoption in the U.S. in terms of drivers and barriers, identifying both successes and opportunities for improvement.
This year, five projects that advance IPM in the Northeast have received funding through the Center’s annual competitive grants program.
Last fall, the Center hosted a series of popular DEIJ-focused webinars as part of a new Diversity in IPM initiative, and more are scheduled for this spring. The Center’s StopPests in Housing Program also has new webinars coming up.
Diana Obregon Corredor, Lori King, and Robyn Underwood were named winners of the 2022 Outstanding Achievements in Integrated Pest Management Award.
The April 2023 issue of IPM Insights is now available as a downloadable PDF.