Thank you to our sponsors!
The National Education Association (NEA) is the nation’s largest professional employee organization, representing 3 million elementary and secondary teachers, higher education faculty, education support professionals, school administrators, retired educators and students preparing to become teachers. NEA is committed to advancing the cause of public education.
The North Central IPM Center aims to improve health, environment, and economic benefits by providing leadership and cooperating with our partners to facilitate the development and adoption of IPM solutions, based in the North Central region.
Xcluder®, the global leader and innovator in pest exclusion solutions, offers a wide range of products for both commercial and residential applications. Their line of patented, rodent-proof products includes fill fabric for sealing gaps and cracks, entry door sweeps and vertical seals, overhead and roll-up door seals, and truck dock leveler kits.
Xcluder’s proven, cost-effective products are trusted by pest control and facility management professionals worldwide to prevent rodents and other pests from entering a building, thereby improving health and safety. Made in the USA, we work closely with customers and thought leaders in IPM to continually innovate pest exclusion products for the future.
PestBoss Integrated Pest Management Software helps Facility Operators coordinate and administer pest management inspections, programs and reporting. With PestBoss, Facility Operators set the rules, set the pace, and maintain ownership of all data and analytics.
Dr. Dawn H. Gouge, Dr. Shujuan Lucy Li, Dr. Shakunthala Nair. University of Arizona
Joseph LaForest, Elizabeth Moss. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension
Dr. Kathy Murray, Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
Thomas Green, PhD, IPM Institute of North America
Erin Bauer, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
Tim Stock, Integrated Plant Protection Center, Oregon State University
Carrie Foss, Washington State University
Lawrence “Fudd” Graham, Auburn University
See a full list of contributors here