Rochester, New York
RIT Inn and Conference Center
The agenda was created to provide current technical information to enable food industry personnel and pest control applicators to improve their integrated pest management skills in food facilities. These are very delicate and special environments that require knowledgeable people dedicated to keeping them pest free.
It will be held at the RIT Inn & Conference Center 5257 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY. (585 359-1800) The registration fee for this one day seminar is $125.00, and includes course notes, refreshment breaks and lunch. Pre-registration is being accepted by fax or mail before January 29, 2014. Please make your check payable to Cornell University .
Recertification credits have been assigned from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
Category 7A = 5.5 + Core = 1.0 Total 6.5,
Category 7F = 5.50 + Core = 1.0 Total 6.5,
Category 7B = 3 + Core = 1.0 Total = 4, Category 8 = 5.50 + Core = 1.0 Total 6.5,
Category 10 = 5.5 + Core = 1.0 Total 6.5
Senior Extension Associate
Cornell University, Pesticide Management Education Program
Send your information to and direct your questions to:
Mrs. Amber VanNostrand
Pesticide Management Education Program (PMEP)
203 Rice Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-2601
Ph: (607) 255-1866
Fax: (607) 255-3075
Current Pesticide Applicator ID cards are
required to be presented in the morning when you sign the roster
||What is this workshop about?
This workshop has been produced by Cornell Cooperative Extension. Don Downing originated the program which has been held in the Rochester area since 1986. Ron Gardner began organizing the workshop in 1996. Information is presented on a variety of pest problems found in food establishments, modern pest solutions and regulatory perspectives as well as appropriate uses of pesticides.