Fall is upon us and the time for our Fall Seminar is fast approaching. There are 7 credit hours available in Washington, Idaho and Oregon. This seminar is a time to provide knowledge or reinforcement of issues faced in the pest control industry.
Be sure to
sign up now to join us for a day of learning!
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WSPMA Board & Committee Chairs
As 2017 winds down, the WSPMA Board continues to work to ensure Members of the WSPMA are being served. I wanted to take a moment to remind you of your incoming Board Members as well as Committee Chairs. These volunteers spend countless hours behind the scenes working for you. If you have any feedback for them, feel free to be in touch and discuss your concerns or ideas!
Over the last several months, the WSPMA Board has been to WSDA offices a few times. In those trips, they have had the privilege of meeting Robin Schoen-Nessa. Last week, the WSDA announced that she would transition into a new role as the Assistant Director of the Pesticide Management Division. The WSPMA Board is excited to develop our relationship and work towards improving the pest management industry. To read a press release from the Washington Friends of Farms & Forests,
PestWorld 2018 will be held in Baltimore, MD this year. As always, the agenda is packed with great opportunities for owners, managers, office staff and technicians.
The WSPMA knows that the cost of a PestWorld trip can be quite high. We have worked very closely with our friends at
Red Lion hotels to offer an amazing rate ($129/nt) to Members attending PestWorld.
If you plan on being in Baltimore for PestWorld,
Atlantic Past & Glue would like to invite WSPMA and OPCA Members to enjoy some drinks & snacks.
To be added to the email list for reminders,
This is a pesticide applicator review course specifically for the PCO General and PCO Structural categories.
If you are seeking a PCO General or PCO Structural license, register for the class on November 28. To obtain a WSDA pesticide applicator license, you will also need to pass the Laws and Safety exam. If you want to review material for the Laws and Safety exam, also register for the class on November 29. Weed management will be reviewed on the morning of November 30, and WSDA testing will be offered that afternoon.