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Historic School Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Grants

EPA has provided funding for many school IPM projects over the past 15 years. A summary of the school IPM-related projects is presented here:

2012 - $1,155,083

2010 - $353,372

  • Healthy School Communities through IPM and Expanded Partnerships: Reducing Pest and Pesticide Risks, Improving Asthma Outcomes and Furthering Environmental Justice, IPM Institute of North America, $250,000
  • Show-Me School IPM: Expanding Beyond the Demonstration Phase in Missouri Schools, Missouri Department of Agriculture, $51,374
  • School District IPM Coordinator Training to Build IPM Capacity in Oregon Schools, Oregon State University, $52,998

2009

  • Several community-oriented projects but none specific to school IPM

2008 - $392,950

  • High-level IPM in All U.S. Schools by 2015, IPM Institute of North America, $250,000
  • Building IPM Capacity:  Evaluating IPM Utilization in New Mexico Schools, New Mexico Department of Agriculture, $49,600
  • Hosting an IPM Coordinator Statewide Symposium and Facilitating the Adoption of a Professional Association, Texas A&M University, $50,337
  • Implementation of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Colorado Schools, Colorado State University Extension, $43,013

2007

  • Expanding Implementation of IPM in Oklahoma Public Schools and Introducing IPM to Oklahoma's Native American Schools, Oklahoma State University, $50,900
  • Implementation of IPM in Public Schools in Missouri: Developing a Successful Model for State-wide Adoption by Schools, State Lead Agencies, and the Pest Management Industry, $50,415
  • Expanding a Successful Model for Regional Adoption of School IPM to Reduce the Risks of Pests and Pesticides to School Communities, Utah Department of Agriculture,  $6,528 + $36,000 Region 8

2005

  • Implementation of IPM in Pubic Schools in Florida—Developing a Successful Model for State-wide Adoption by Schools, State Lead Agencies, and the Pest Management Industry, University of Florida, $47,000

2004

  • Measuring the Success of School IPM in Texas, Southwest Technical Resource Center, Texas Cooperative Extension, $39,587
  • Documentation of Pest Management Practices and Implementation of IPM In Oklahoma Public Schools, Oklahoma State University, $39,658
  • Implementing Integrated Pest Management Practices in Missouri Schools, Missouri Department of Agriculture, $40,000
  • Eliminating Indoor Use of Pesticides in Florida Public School Classrooms, Massey Services, $34,800

2003

  • Integrated Pest Management Training for Virginia Schools, Virginia Tech, $19,656
  • Strategic Implementation of IPM in Schools Utilizing a Statewide Coalition, Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries and Auburn University, $40,000
  • Implementing IPM in Midwestern States Schools, Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship, $40,000
  • Learning Modules & In-Service Training for IPM in K - 12 Schools in Nebraska, University of Nebraska, $34,220
  • IPM Implementation in DC Schools, Indiana University, $65,600
  • Implementation Of IPM In Public Schools In Ohio – Developing a Successful Model for State Wide Adoption by Schools, Cooperative Extension, State Lead Agencies, and the Pest Management Industry, Monroe County Indiana IPM Implementation Team, $35,000
  • Interactive IPM Assistance Program for Schools, Southwest Technical Resource Center for IPM in Schools and Child Care Facilities, $34,478
  • Reduced Risk Zone Management Model for School and Park Landscape Managers, Urban / Ag Ecology Consulting Services & Community Environmental Council, $39,770

2002

  • Implementing Integrated Pest Management in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont Schools, Maine Department of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Resources, $40,000
  • Action Thresholds and Residue Analysis for Integrated Pest Management in North Carolina Elementary Schools, North Carolina State University, $39,976
  • Interactive IPM Assistance Program for Schools in Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma, Southwest Technical Resource Center, $38,003
  • School IPM Program Evaluation and Program Improvement, Indiana University, $16,000
  • IPM Workshops for Local School Councils and School Boards in Chicago and Surrounding Suburbs, Safer Pest Control Project, $30,665
  • IPM in Schools Workshop, National Foundation for IPM Education, $30,000

2001

  • IPM in Schools: Developing Local and Interstate Partnerships and Strategies for Implementation, Pennsylvania State University, $39,982
  • Southwest Technical Resource Center, Texas A&M University, $100,000
  • Midwest Technical Resource Center, Purdue University, $100,000
  • National IPM in Schools Week: Homework Project, IPM Institute of North America, $20,000
  • Integrated Pest Management Training for Chicago Public Schools, Safer Pest Control Project, $20,000
  • Extension of a Successful IPM Model to Pilot Schools on the Navajo Indian Reservation, Indiana University, $36,200

2000

  • The Promotion of Integrated Pest Management in New Jersey and New York Schools, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Service, $40,000
  • Interactive Tutorial: Pesticides & Pest Management at Home and in School, University of Wisconsin-Extension, $40,000
  • Extension of a Successful IPM Model to Pilot School Districts in States Currently Not Practicing IPM in Public Schools, Monroe County Community Schools Corporation, $44,250
  • IPM in Schools: Making a Safer School Environment, University of Georgia, $44,250

1999

  • Integrated Pest Management for Indoor and Structural Pests of Schools in the Northeast USA, University of Massachusetts, $40,000

1997

  • Contract development for Integrated Pest Management in schools and government buildings, University of Florida, $40,000
  • Implementation of IPM in Indiana School Corporations, Monroe County Community Schools Corporation, $30,000

1996

  • Implement Pilot IPM Program in all 18 MCCSC Schools, Monroe County Community Schools Corporation, $30,000

 

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