Other IPM Websites & Resources
A Classroom InPESTigation
Life Science IPM Curriculum for Grades 3-5.
Check out the PNW School IPM Web App.
IPM: Small Changes, Big Impacts
Think IPM is difficult to perform in large, diverse areas? In this video produced by WSU, learn how the University of Washington has incorporated IPM into their pest management practices in large grassy areas, near buildings, and along water and trails to keep the campus safe and beautiful. More information on Salmon Safe Certification or IPM Star Certification.
University of Florida – Integrated Pest Management for Schools
This website provides excellent IPM in Schools information for parents, administrators, faculty and maintenance staff. It is supported by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National IPM Network.
Nebraska School IPM
This website “IPM Easy as ABC” has administrator information, guidelines to start using IPM, results of a survey of school officials, and an IPM How-to Manual.
The Pennsylvania IPM Program
The Pennsylvania School IPM Program contains information for educators, administrators, facilities managers, parents and students.
Illinois’ Practical Guide to Management of Common Pests in Schools
This webpage provides tips for controlling insects, spiders and rodents; definition for IPM; and information on how to develop an IPM program for schools. It was developed by University of Illinois Extension, the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Structural Pest Control Advisory Council, and the Illinois Pest Control Association.
United States Environmental Protection Agency – IPM In Schools
This official U.S. government website has a collection of publications, information on grants, and partnerships related to the advancement of integrated pest management in schools.
IPM Institute of North America, Inc.
This website provides a guide for assessing a school’s pest management program.
Resources & References for School IPM
This website has a list of resources, such as books and videos, on IPM.
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