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    • Community Compost Education Project 

      Claypoole, Elizabeth (New York State IPM Program, 2012)
      Unnecessary pesticide use not only increases human exposure but also increases potential impact on ground water quality. Consumers using IPM practices and compost as a soil amendment can decrease pesticide use. Compost can ...
    • Dealing With Wildlife and the New York Laws That Protect Them 

      Lampman, Joellen; Braband, Lynn (New York State IPM Program, 2015)
      Become aware of laws that apply to nuisance wildlife and how they might affect your IPM plan.
    • Great Lawns/Great Lakes: Providing Integrated Pest Management Education, specific to Lawncare, to Municipalities in the Genesee River/Lake Ontario Watershed 

      Eshenaur, Brian; Rosenblum, Sharon (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      The goal of the Great Lawns/Great Lakes program is to improve water quality by educating and encouraging homeowners to use IPM lawn care practices that would reduce pesticides and nutrient usage. Funding this project allowed ...
    • Integrated Pest Management Practices for Rural Communities 

      Stewart, Kristen (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2000)
      The objective of this project was to educate individuals in rural counties on environmentally sound and safe ways to manage pests.
    • IPM and Water Quality: Minimizing Pesticide Risk 

      Waldron, J. Keith (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 1995)
      How to maximize profitability and protect water quality on farms; prevent or reduce the availability, release and transport of pesticides into water.
    • IPM Interpretive Trail at Conley Park 

      Koplinka-Loehr, Carrie; Hoffman, Michael; Grant, Jennifer; Marvin, Debra (New York State IPM Program, 2004)
      Protecting water quality in Cayuga Lake and in its tributaries can be enhanced by teaching watershed residents and landscapers IPM—ways to manage lawns and gardens with alternatives to chemical pesticides. Through this ...
    • Lawn Ranger Volunteer Training 

      Schongalla, Todd; Lee, James; Heller, Joe; Keith, Marjorie; Dampier, Jason (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      CCE of Westchester and Putnam counties seeks to protect drinking water and human health by training homeowners in best management practices for the use of pesticides and fertilizers through the implementation of the Lawn ...
    • Nassau County Stormwater Pollution Prevention and IPM Plan Development 

      Gangloff-Kaufmann, Jody (New York State IPM Program, 2006)
      As required by the Clean Water Act, The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published regulations addressing storm water discharges, and specifically, discharges to municipal separate storm sewer systems ...
    • The Impact of Pest Management Systems on Surface and Ground Water Quality 

      Petrovic, A. Martin; Easton, Zachary M. (New York State IPM Program, 2001)
      The impact of various turfgrass pest management strategies (PMS) on water quality has recently become a concern for many golf course superintendents, sports facilities managers and homeowners. With water quality standards ...
    • The Impact of Turfgrass Pest Management System Techniques on Surface and Ground Water Quality 

      Petrovic, A. Martin; Easton, Zachary M. (New York State IPM Program, 2000)
      The impact of various turfgrass pest management strategies (PMS) on water quality has recently become a concern for many golf course superintendents, sports facilities managers and homeowners. With water quality standards ...
    • Tick Treatments: Getting the Most Out of Private Control Programs While Protecting Water Quality 

      Yeh, Tamson; Boulier, Marie; Camenares, Marie (New York State Integrated Pest Management Program, 2016)
      Significance of the work: Ticks, especially lone star ticks, are a rapidly expanding problem in the Northeast. This project focused in part on lone star ticks as well as deer ticks, using field research rather than ...