Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Tools for Schools
April 16, 2015 - Smart, Sensible and Sustainable Pest Management in Your School
Creating Green Clean and Healthy Schools requires mastering the indoor environment using a comprehensive approach. The IAQ Master Class Webinar Series, is composed of 10 technical, core competency web-based trainings designed to build the capacity of school district staff across the country to start, improve, or sustain an IAQ management program.
More information on the Master Class Webinar series.
Western Washington School IPM Event
On April 30, 2015 an exciting, free School IPM event will be held in Federal Way, WA. Dr. Tom Green from the IPM Institute of North America and Sherry Glick from EPA's School IPM Center of Expertise will discuss the importance IPM plays in healthy schools, how IPM can work for you, and the resources that are available to Washington schools to assist them in setting up and growing their IPM programs. For more information contact Carrie Foss of Washington State University (firstname.lastname@example.org; 253-445-4577). Register Now!
- Webinar - Contending with Vertebrate Pests Around Schools - March 31, 2015
- Webinar - Bed Bugs in Schools - March 19, 2015 (cancelled)
- Webinar - Dealing with Nuisance Birds Around Schools - February 24, 2015
- Webinar - Keeping Rodents Out of Your School - January 27, 2015
- Webinar - Bed Bugs in Schools - December 16, 2014
- Webinar - The Basics of Schools IPM - October 21, 2014
- Webinar - Creating Tick Safe Schools Using IPM - September 30, 2014
- Webinar - School Community Mosquito IPM - September 10, 2014
- Webinar: In-house Bed Bug Prevention and Management Plan: Research Update from Virginia Tech - September 10, 2014
- Workshops - Learn How to Get Rid of Pests
EPA's Office of Children's Health Protection and the National Center for Healthy Housing are sponsoring two Learn How to Get Rid of Pests workshops in Washington, DC. The workshops will take place at the District of Columbia Department of the Environment on May 17, 2013 and at the Benning Road Public Library Community May 18, 2013.
- Webinar - Understanding Bed Bugs in Schools - April 25, 2013
EPA and the National Pest Management Association will co-host the webinar, Understanding Bed Bugs in Schools. Presentations will describe proactive steps, such as how to plan for bed bugs, and how to manage bed bug hot spots in schools. Please take a moment to register for the webinar.
- Webinar - Integrated Pest Management in Schools - March 6, 2013
EPA to host Webinar, Integrated Pest Management in Schools: Protecting Children in Schools from Pests and Pesticides, on, 2-3 PM EST as part of the Department of Education’s Green Strides webinar series. This webinar that will cover how to establish a school IPM program and tips for practical application of school IPM strategies.
- Conference - 2013 Tick-Borne Disease IPM Conference - March 5-6, 2013
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will co-host a conference on Tick-Borne Disease Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Arlington, VA. The conference will bring together representatives from numerous federal, state and local agencies, academia, and stakeholders to discuss the current state of IPM for the management of tick-borne diseases. March 5 is for federal partners only while March 6 is open to all interested parties.
- Webinar - Bed Bugs Go to School - June 18, 2012
EPA Region 2 is offering a free webinar on bed bugs in schools from 1:00-2:30 pm (EDT) on June 18, 2012. This presentation will discuss why bed bugs are such a challenge and how you can be proactive. The presentation will review how and where to inspect for bed bugs, how to manage bed bugs with IPM tactics; and bed bug prevention. Reserve your seat now!
- Webinar - IPM in Child Care Centers: Protecting Children from Pests and Pesticides - April 24, 2012
EPA's Office of Pesticide Programs and Office of Children's Health Protection are offering a free webinar on Integrated Pest Management and Child Care Settings. This webinar will provide information on how child care programs can reduce exposure to pests and pesticides by addressing the underlying conditions that can lead to pest infestations rather than relying on pesticides for control of pests such as cockroaches, rodents, ants and flying insects