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Free webinar from the Northeastern IPM Center: “Managing Pests in Multifamily Housing.”

Spring is here and the critters are coming out. Learn how to proactively manage pests at your property using integrated pest management (IPM). Attend a free webinar on April 26, 2012 or view the recorded session afterwards. This webinar is for anyone interested in beginning an IPM program at a multifamily property. Property owners/managers and staff at organizations that work with multifamily properties are encouraged to attend. Viewers will gain an understanding of IPM and learn the resources available to support their efforts.To register, go to http://www.stoppests.org/ipm-training/training-opportunities/stoppests-webinars/managing-pests-in-multifamily-housing/

IPM is a decision-making process for pest control that utilizes regular monitoring to determine if and when treatments are needed, and to evaluate their effectiveness. IPM programs employ a mix of biological, cultural, mechanical/physical, educational, and least-toxic chemical strategies and tactics to keep pest numbers low enough to prevent intolerable damage or nuisance. Non-chemical methods and pest prevention are emphasized, and pesticides are used only as a last resort when other approaches prove insufficient. The goal of IPM is to achieve long-term, cost-effective, and environmentally sound pest control.

This webinar is run by The Northeastern IPM Center with funding from HUD and USDA.

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