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  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
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      From: "Young, Margo" <Young.Margo@...>
      Subject: School Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Protecting Kids from Pests and Pesticides - Webinar on 7/23 at 3pm EDT, 12pm PDT
      Date: July 2, 2013 12:01:51 PM MST
      To: Undisclosed recipients:;

      Hope you can attend. Please share widely!
       
       
      Free Webinar Series – Next Session July 23, 2013!
       
      Designed to meet the needs of your entire school community!
      - Facility Managers
      - School Nurses
      - Custodial Staff
      - Teachers
      - District Administrators
      - Support Staff
      - Principals
      - School Board Members
       
       
       
       
      School Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Protecting Kids from Pests and Pesticides
      July 23, 2013          3:00 PM EDT (12:00 Noon PDT)            Register Now
       
       
      Pests and pesticides pose risks to the nearly 60 million children and staff who spend considerable periods of time in our nation's schools. EPA recommends that schools use an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to reduce pesticide exposure in schools. Implementing IPM can help address the economic and health related issues caused by pests and pesticides. Please join us for this free webinar to:
      ·         Gain knowledge about the basics of school IPM, the potential health, environmental and economic benefits, and what it takes to put IPM into practice.
      ·         Discover why IPM is an important component of clean, green and healthy schools that promotes healthy learning environments and academic achievement.
      ·         Learn about cost-effective steps you can take to manage pests, reduce pesticide use, and enhance environmental health in and around your schools.
      ·         Hear examples of how schools/school districts have successfully implemented and institutionalized comprehensive IPM programs and practices in their districts.
       
      Featured presenters:
      Brad Miller, US EPA/Office of Pesticide Programs
      Brad has more than 20 years of work experience in the Pest Management Industry. He spent 9 years in the Countries of Kuwait and Afghanistan, performing Integrated Pest Management work for the DoD. He also has 11 years of work experience in the private sector performing Commercial Pest Management in Schools, Day Cares, Restaurants, Grocery stores, and other commercial settings. Brad currently works for EPA’s Center of Expertise for School IPM.
       
      Mark R Hardin, IPM Specialist, Howard County Public School System in Howard County, Maryland
      Mark has been involved in providing IPM in sensitive environments for more than 20 years. Mark served as an entomologist and IPM coordinator for the Horticulture Division of the Smithsonian Institution for 12 years where he worked in all areas of pest management from protection of artifacts to plant and turf pest control.  He has also had work experience in a wide range of pest control projects including mosquito abatement, landscape IPM, urban pest management, and gypsy moth quarantine programs.
       
      Seth Miller, Director of Operations, Westville School District in Westville, Illinois  
      Seth is Assistant Superintendent at Westville School District #2 in rural central Illinois. Westville School District has been practicing integrated pest management (IPM) since the summer of 2009.  Westville schools were recognized by the EPA for leadership in providing a safe learning environment through the use of IPM in 2010 and were designated as an IPM Innovator in 2012 for being part of the National School IPM Demonstration Project. 
       
      Register for this session today!  You’ll receive a certificate of completion for your participation in each webinar.
       
      ·         For more information about EPA’s School IPM program and our Strategic and Implementation Plans visit http://www.epa.gov/pestwise/ipminschools.
      ·         Learn more about the Sensible Steps Webinar series.
      ·         Subscribe to our mailing list to receive details and registration reminders for other Sensible Steps Webinars. 
      ·         View the Sensible Steps to Healthier School Environments guide.
      ·         Check out EPA’s  Healthy School Environments website
       
      Please share this message with your school environmental health colleagues and contacts!
       
      Margo Young
      Children's Environmental Health
      U.S. EPA Region 10
      1200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 900, ETPA-086
      Seattle, WA 98101-3140
      206.553.1287
       
       

      Mansel Nelson
      Senior Program Coordinator
      Tribal Environmental Education Outreach 
      928-523-1275
      mansel.nelson@...


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