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Action Thresholds in School IPM Programs [PDF]
Abstract: "An action threshold is the point at which an IPM technician takes action to reduce a pest's numbers. Sometimes an action threshold is a number, sometimes it is qualitative." This document discovers factors to consider for establishing thresholds.
Source: Maryland Department of Agriculture
URL: http://schoolipm.ifas.ufl.edu/doc/MD_thres.pdf

Administrator Information, School IPM
Abstract: Administrator Information includes sample policy statements, organization directories, sample IPM training outlines, school IPM questionaires and surveys, as well as forms and regulatory information.
Source: School IPM
URL: http://schoolipm.ifas.ufl.edu/admn_nfo.htm

Alphabetical List of Pesticide Fact Sheets
Abstract: This is a listing of U.S. EPA's fact sheets on pesticides.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/factsheets/alpha_fs.htm

California School Integrated Pest Management Program
Abstract: A variety of documents, Web links, and other resources related to the California Healthy Schools Act of 2000 are available. This site is designed for school administrators, IPM coordinators, maintenance and operations staff, parents, and teachers.
Source: California Department of Pesticide Regulation
URL: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/cfdocs/apps/schoolipm/main.cfm

Children's Health, Pesticides [PDF]
Abstract: A lesson for pre K-3 on pests and the five principles of IPM. (PDF Format; Length: 20 pages)
Source: Indiana Department of Environmental Management
URL: http://www.in.gov/idem/files/childrenshealth.pdf

Connecticut Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program for Schools
Abstract: The Connecticut School IPM Program is a five-step program that includes education and training, pest monitoring, non-chemical pest management, using pesticides, and record-keeping and evalutation.
Source: University of Connecticut
URL: http://www.hort.uconn.edu/ipm/general/scoolipm/ipm4school.ht
m

Ensuring the Health of Schools and Playgrounds
Abstract: Main school and playground topics include toxic metals, school pesticides, playground toxins, school siting issues, and school air quality.
Source: Generation Green
URL: http://www.generationgreen.org/schools%20playgrounds%20main.
htm

Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA)
Abstract: Provides information on the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and EPA Pesticide Classification system.
Source: Texas A&M University
URL: http://schoolipm.tamu.edu/resources/fedlawsandreg.htm

General Pesticide Information
Abstract: Contents include a pesticide overview, pesticide safety, evaluating your pesticide risk, pesticide labels, food and pesticides, environment and pesticides, pets, wildlife and pesticides, waste disposal, and fact sheets.
Source: National Pesticide Information Center
URL: http://www.npic.orst.edu/gen.htm

Glossary for Biological Control
Abstract: Glossary for IPM and entomology.
Source: Cornell University
URL: http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/ent/biocontrol/glossary.html

Health Effects of 48 Commonly Used Toxic Pesticides in Schools [PDF]
Abstract: Insecticides, herbicides, fungicides commonly used in schools are identified along with known health effects (cancer, reproductive effects, neurotoxicity, kidney/liver damage, sensitizer/irritants).
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/publications/48%20Sc
hool%20Pesticides.pdf

Integrated Pest Management [PDF]
Abstract: The brochure identifies legal requirements for pesticide use in schools, health care facilities and public buildings (state of Michigan).
Source: Michigan Department of Agriculture
URL: http://www.mda.state.mi.us/industry/ipm.pdf

Integrated Pest Management for Schools: A How-to Manual
Abstract: IPM principles and practices for schools, fact sheets, forms, curricula, and many resources. Available as PDF.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/ipm/schoolipm/

Introduction to IPM (Michigan)
Abstract: Requirements, procedures, and policies for IPM in public buildings, including schools, and applicator training requirements.
Source: Department of Agriculture, Michigan Gov.
URL: http://www.michigan.gov/mda/0,1607,7-125-1566_2405_37164---,
00.html

IPM for Nebraska Schools
Abstract: This Web site discusses "What is School IPM?", provides administrator information, and offers guidelines for getting started. Additional inclusions: IPM Learning Modules, IPM How-to-Manual, Teaching IPM in the classroom materials and on-line resources. These have been developed for Nebraska schools.
Source: University of Nebraska, Lincoln
URL: http://schoolipm.unl.edu/ipmpolicy/

IPM for Teachers Curriculum
Abstract: Topics including insects, weeds, vertebrates, soil ecosystems, biological control and tactics, pesticides, natural areas (invasive plants), buildings and schools, and more help students understand principles of IPM.
Source: Pennsylvania IPM
URL: http://paipm.cas.psu.edu/schools/courseguide.html

IPM for Your School
Abstract: Guidelines for understanding IPM and for adapting the process into the school are offered, complete with a general overview, suggestions for monitoring, indentifying target pests, making management decisions, and control methods.
Source: University of Nebraska, Lincoln
URL: http://schoolipm.unl.edu/ipmpolicy/creatingipm.shtml

IPM How Do You Spell It?
Abstract: This is a slide overview of school IPM
Source: Environmental Health Watch
URL: http://www.ehw.org/Asthma/ASTH_schoolIPM-web_files/frame.htm
#slide0001.htm

IPM in Schools
Abstract: The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) and the University of Minnesota, because of the interest being expressed concerning IPM in K-12 schools, jointly established a voluntary IPM in K-12 Schools Working Group. This provides a comprehensive review of IPM in schools, complete with policies fact sheets, PowerPoint presentations, educator material, and additional links.
Source: Minnesota Department of Agriculture
URL: http://www.mda.state.mn.us/ipm/ipminschools.html

IPM in Schools Nationwide Directory
Abstract: During the evolution of IPM in schools, many states have taken many different approaches. Some states have passed mandates, while others push the initiative on a purely voluntary basis. This provides a clickable map to locate information on the status of school IPM in your state.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/region5/pesticides/ipm/index.html

IPM in Schools News
Abstract: Lists of school IPM news.
Source:
URL: http://schoolipm.tamu.edu/resources/News/Inthenews.asp

IPM Learning Modules
Abstract: The IPM Learning Modules from Nebraska include an introduction to integrated pest management, assessment/evaluation, asthma triggers in schools, IPM treatment strategies and mold and indoor air quality in schools; school ground pest modules (birds, spiders, stinging insects, snakes, rabbits, rodents and a few other mammalian pests); structural pest modules (ants, bats, birds, cockroaches, flies, head lice, silverfish, spiders, stinging insects, stored product pests, mice and rats, and snakes); and site specific modules (school grounds/landscape and school turfgrass). These are offered in both low and high resolution.
Source: University of Nebraska
URL: http://schoolipm.unl.edu/ipmmodules/

IPM Resource Center for Schools and Child Care Facilities
Abstract: Their mission is to promote IMP and provide technical support and IPM resources to schools and child care facilities throughout the US, but especially in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Resources include forms, list of products, IPM Inspections, Federal Laws & Regulations, Pest control information, and management plans
Source: Southwest Technical Resource Center for IPM
URL: http://schoolipm.tamu.edu/

IPM Technical Resource Center
Abstract: The Midwest Technical Resource Center for IPM in schools and day cares offers information on improved pest management practices that enable schools to employ better techniques for maintaining safe and pest-free learning environments.
Source: Purdue University
URL: http://www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/outreach/schoolipm/

Kids and Chemicals - Facts and Laws
Abstract: Lessons designed for high school students to help them identify some of the synthetic chemicals they come in contact with, including pesticides, to consider how these affect people differently based upon a number of variables; discussion on alternatives and assessing risks and benefits of living with synthentic chemicals.
Source: NOW, PBS Television
URL: http://www.pbs.org/now/classroom/classroom_kids1.html#object
ives

Minnesota IPM in School Legislation
Abstract: Updates on Minnesota State Legislations.
Source:
URL: http://www.extension.umn.edu/pesticides/IPM/ipmMNlaw.html

National Information System for Regional IPM Centers
Abstract: This site provides information about commodities, pests and pest management practices, people and issues in the U.S. It also provides links to sites for each of the four Regional IPM Centers.
Source: NSF Center for IPM
URL: http://www.ipmcenters.org/

National Pest Management Association, Inc.
Abstract: National trade association for the professional pest control industry. The Web site serves as a resource for their memberhsip, consumers, media, and teachers/students.
Source: National Pest Management Association, Inc.
URL: http://www.pestworld.org/

Northwest Coalition for Alernatives to Pesticides
Abstract: This Web site is dedicated to protecting people and the environment by advancing healthy solutions to pest problems. They offer programs, publications, and information; they produce the Journal of Pesticide Reform.
Source: NCAP
URL: http://www.pesticide.org/

Pest Management Policy/Child Care IPM
Abstract: Updates of regulations and legislation in regards to IPM in child care facilities.
Source: IPM Technical Rseource Center
URL: http://www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/outreach/schoolipm/1ki
d/kid1b.htm

Pesticide Facts Sheets in Spanish
Abstract: Spanish fact sheets focus on topics such as how to protect yourself when using pesticides, reading a pesticide label, choosing a qualified pest management or lawn care company, and how to store and dispose of a pesticide.
Source: Pennsylvania IPM
URL: http://paipm.cas.psu.edu/NewsReleases/SpanishFactSheet.html

Pesticide Information Profiles
Abstract: This is a cooperative effort of University of California-Davis, Oregon State University, Michigan State University, Cornell University, and the University of Idaho. It provides specific pesticide information relating to health and environmental effects.
Source: EXTOXNET
URL: http://extoxnet.orst.edu/pips/ghindex.html

Pesticide Laws and Regulations
Abstract: EPA regulates the use of pesticides under the authority of two federal statutes: the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA).
Source: EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/regulating/laws.htm

Poisoned Schools: Invisible Threats Visible Actions [PDF]
Abstract: This report discusses many aspects of toxic chemicals in schools, and included is pesticides, developing IPM programs and the Gold Standard School IPM Policy.
Source: Child Proofing Our Communities
URL: http://www.childproofing.org/PoisonSchoolsfinalForWeb2-27-01
.pdf

Practical Guide to Management of Common Pests in Schools [PDF]
Abstract: This 31-page document identifies steps, sets priorities, and provides tips for effective pest management in Illinois schools.
Source: Illinois Department of Public Health
URL: http://www.idph.state.il.us/envhealth/pdf/schoolpests.pdf

Practical Guide to Management of Common Pests in Schools [PDF]
Abstract: Valuable information for setting IPM priorities in schools and tips for effective pest management.
Source: Illinois Department of Public Health
URL: http://www.idph.state.il.us/envhealth/pdf/schoolpests.pdf

Regulating Biopesticides
Abstract: Before a pesticide can be marketed and used in the United States, the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) requires that EPA evaluate the proposed pesticide to assure that its use will not pose unreasonable risks of harm to human health and the environment. This regulation involves an extensive review of health and safety information. This site includes biopesticide active ingredient fact sheets, lasws, international issues, storage and disposal, adverse effects reporting, restricted and cancelled uses, pesticide tolerances, and registration information sources.
Source: US EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/biopesticides/

Safer Pest Control Project
Abstract: The Safer Pest Control Project is dedicated to reducing the health risks and environmental impacts of pesticides and promoting safer alternatives in Illinois.
Source: Safer Pest Control Project
URL: http://www.spcpweb.org/

School IPM for Parents and Teachers
Abstract: Background information and guidance offer suggestions for implementing an IPM program at schools. This link is directed to parents and teachers. Included are examples of school IPM programs, information on pesticide hazards, regulations, sample policies, and suggestions for notifiying parents.
Source:
URL: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/cfdocs/apps/schoolipm/parent_teacher/
main.cfm?crumbs_list=1,15

State School Pesticide Law - Illinois
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Illinois.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/il.htm

State School Pesticide Law - Indiana
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Indiana.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/in.htm

State School Pesticide Law - Michigan
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Michigan.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/mi.htm

State School Pesticide Law - Minnesota
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Minnesota.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/mn.htm

State School Pesticide Law - New York
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in New York.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/ny.htm

State School Pesticide Law - Ohio
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Ohio.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/oh.htm

State School Pesticide Law - Pennsylvania
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Pennsylvania.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/pa.htm

State School Pesticide Law - Wisconsin
Abstract: School pesticide policies and programs in Wisconsin.
Source: Beyond Pesticides
URL: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/schools/schoolpolicies/state
%20laws/wi.htm

Technical Information
Abstract: Technical information includes IPM design, pests, pesticides, and non-pesticides.
Source: School IPM
URL: http://schoolipm.ifas.ufl.edu/tech.htm

Ten Reasons Not To Use Pesticides [PDF]
Abstract: This four-page document lists ten of the primary reasons for not using pesticides.
Source: NCAP
URL: http://www.pesticide.org/TenReasons.pdf

U.S. EPA: Human Health Research Program
Abstract: EPA's Human Health Research Program offers this Web site on the latest information on its research to protect public health. The program's science looks at such questions as why some people are more sensitive to pollution and how exposure to chemicals affects people's health. The site is designed for the general public as well as for the scientific community. The site provides easy access to research and results on methods, tools, and data needed to improve risk assessments to protect the public. Visitors to the site will find an overview of the research, information on how research has contributed to decision making, resource materials available in journal publications and reports, and a listing of meetings and conferences.
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
URL: http://www.epa.gov/hhrp/

Unidentified Inert Ingredients in Pesticides: Implications for Human and Environmental Health
Abstract: By statute or regulation in the United States and elsewhere, pesticide ingredients are divided into two categories: active and inert (sometimes referred to as other ingredients, adjuvants, or coformulants) . Despite their name, inert ingredients may be biologically or chemically active and are labeled inert only because of their function in the formulated product. Most of the tests required to register a pesticide are performed with the active ingredient alone, not the full pesticide formulation. Inert ingredients are generally not identified on product labels and are often claimed to be confidential business information.
Source: Environmental Health Perspectives
URL: http://www.ehponline.org/docs/2006/9374/abstract.html

WhatisIPM
Abstract: Homeowners, schools, and businesses seeking more information for protection from pests and the health and property threats that they pose can visit www.whatisIPM.org for integrated pest management (IPM) information and techniques. The most popular feature on the site  a virtual home tour  gives web users a "hands-on" opportunity to learn how pests can enter their homes and how a properly implemented IPM plan can effectively prevent and control pests.
Source: National Pest Management Association
URL: http://www.whatisipm.org/schools_IPM.asp

Where There's A Will, There's A Way [PDF]
Abstract: Printed in 1994, this seven-page article addresses cases studies and issues from around the country in regard to pesticide management and children's health in schools.
Source: Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
URL: http://www.pesticide.org/WhereWillWay.pdf

William Blackstone Elementary School Case Study [PDF]
Abstract: Teachers and staff participated in the IAQ (indoor air quality) process by completing the Tools for Schools checklists on a regular basis, which helps school and district staff keep up with IAQ issues as they arise. Included is the establishment of an IPM program that is committed to using a non-toxic/least-toxic method of pest control. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: US EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/iaq/schools/pdfs/casestudies/william_blac
kstone.pdf

 


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