Northeastern IPM Center Announces 2022 IPM Award Winners
The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center has announced the winners of its 2022 Outstanding Achievements in Integrated Pest Management Award:
- Diana Obregon Corredor, who was recently a student but is now a postdoctoral associate in pesticide risk assessment with the New York State IPM Program
- Lori King, IPM manager, Claussen’s Florist, Greenhouse & Perennial Farm
- Robyn Underwood, extension educator in apiculture, Penn State Extension
The annual award, launched in 2019, recognizes individuals or organizations whose work on IPM in the Northeast deserves special recognition. Professionals (or organizations) and students are eligible. Nominations come from peers whose work relates to IPM in various capacities. Each winner receives $500 and agrees to provide a story and/or host a webinar for the Center.
Look for the Center to release the 2023 call for nominations later this year. Sign up to receive our newsletters or follow us on social media by visiting www.northeastipm.org/about-us/contact/.
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