Center Virtual Conference Presents Overview of Current IPM Projects
On March 31, 2021, the Northeastern IPM Center hosted the latest installment of the Northeast IPM Research Update Conference.
The purpose of the conference was to increase collaboration and awareness of current IPM-related research and extension in the Northeast, using an accessible, engaging format. The conference delivered brief overviews of project highlights through five-minute prerecorded presentations followed by live Q&A with the presenters.
Featured projects included those funded by the Center’s Partnership Grants Program, the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NE SARE) Program, and USDA-NIFA’s Applied Research and Development Program (ARDP) and Extension Implementation Program (EIP).
Sam Anderson, Urban Agriculture Specialist, Cornell Cooperative Extension
Terence Bradshaw, Research Assistant Professor, University of Vermont
Amara Dunn, Biocontrol Specialist, New York State IPM Program
John Inguagiato, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut
Daphne Munroe, Associate Professor, Rutgers University
David Owens, Extension Specialist, University of Delaware
Mahfuz Rahman, Associate Professor & Extension Specialist, West Virginia University
Joseph Roberts, Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist, Clemson University (discussing work performed during previous assistant professorship at University of Maryland)
Kim Skyrm, State Apiarist, Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources
Lisa Tewksbury, Research Associate, University of Rhode Island
Changlu Wang, Extension Specialist, Rutgers University
Veronica Yurchak, Graduate Student, University of Maryland
To view the conference agenda or watch the recording, visit neipmc.org/go/tSES.
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