Reports & Presentations

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Documents

The 5 Steps of IPM Help Reduce Pesticide Use – A basic look at IPM framework including strong definitions and the decision making process.

California Healthy Schools Act – AB 2260 – California’s IPM bill

Cost of IPM in Schools – Examples of cost-effective school IPM programs.

The Exterminator – A comic book published by the city of Davis, CA that humorously demonstrates the benefits of household IPM when compared to pesticide use.

Integrated Pest Management Program – The IPM policy for Portland Parks and Recreation from 2007.

Non-herbicidal Weed Control Strategies for Hardscapes and Fence Lines – A survey of non-herbicidal IPM techniques used by park managers in the northwest.

Non-herbicidal Weed Control Strategies for Shrub Beds and Landscapes – A survey of non-herbicidal IPM techniques used by park managers in the northwest.

Non-herbicidal Weed Control Strategies for Tree Wells – A survey of non-herbicidal IPM techniques used by park managers in the northwest.

Non-herbicidal Weed Control Strategies for TurfA survey of non-herbicidal IPM techniques used by park managers in the northwest.

Oregon SB 637 – Oregon’s IPM bill

Organic Lawn Care – This article by Bruce Wenning supplies a list of methods that promote turf-grass growth and establishment, reduce insect and disease problems and conserve water.

Pesticide Free Parks - A pamphlet developed by the city of Eugene, OR about their pesticide-free parks program.

Pesticide-free Parks Programs in the Northwest – A survey of pesticide-free parks programs throughout the northwest. Includes background and staff contact information by city.

Pesticide Use by the Seattle School District – A report on pesticide use by the Seattle School District from 1996-1997.

Restoring Healthy School Landscapes – A handbook for installing natural landscapes around schools. Focused on preventative strategies for herbicide reduction.

Sample School IPM Policy – Sample language for an ecologically-based school IPM policy.

Unthinkable Risk: How Children Are Exposed and Harmed When Pesticides Are Used at School – An analysis of the risks posed to children by routine pesticide use in schools. Includes case studies and policy recommendations.

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way – An essay on pesticide use and pesticide reduction in schools. Includes information on parent and staff involvement as well as school IPM resources.

Presentations

Flamer SafetyRudimentary safety precautions to abide by when operating, transporting and storing flame-weeding equipment.

Organic Integrated Disease Management – A look at plant diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses and nematodes, with recommendations for organic prevention and management strategies.

Organic Integrated Disease Management – An overview of plant diseases with organic strategies for prevention and management.

Organic Integrated Weed Management – An overview of cultural, biological, mechanical and chemical weed management approaches.

The Real Dirt on Organic Soils – A look at soil microbiology and the integrated soil food web.

Sustainable Pest Management in Berries – A survey of biological controls for use in berry plants and hedgerows. Emphasis on beneficial insects.




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