Northeastern IPM Center Announces Recipients of 2021 Partnership Grants

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The Northeastern IPM Center partners with stakeholders for integrated pest management.

Annual grant program supports IPM research and extension in the Northeast

The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center has announced the recipients of its 2021 Partnership Grants.

Each year, through a competitive request-for-applications (RFA) process, the Center’s IPM Partnership Grants Program distributes roughly $200,000 in funding to projects that further the mission of the Center, address or identify IPM priorities for the Northeast, and benefit the region at large.

Each funded project falls under one of three categories: applied research, communications, and working groups.

This Year’s Funded Projects

Applied Research

Early season soil applications of entomopathogenic nematodes in high-tunnel IPM (Anna Wallingford, University of New Hampshire)

Evaluation of a grower-friendly attract-and-kill system for the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Jaime Pinero, University of Massachusetts)


Promoting IPM practices for improved perennial forage management on owned and rented land in the Northeast (Kristin Williams, University of Vermont)

Working Groups

Municipal rodent IPM (Matt Frye, Cornell University)

Next-generation support for Northeast tree fruit IPM (Terence Bradshaw, University of Vermont)

About the Program

Learn more about the IPM Partnership Grants Program by visiting

For those interested in seeking funding through the program, the Center will release an RFA for the 2021 round of grants sometime this fall.

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