Associations

Pi Chi Omega Awards Four Scholarships for 2017

Pi Chi Omega Awards Four Scholarships for 2017

April 18, 2017

The national entomology fraternity awarded scholarships to Mark Janowiecki, Sudip Gaire, Aaron Ashbrook and Annie Rich. Pi Chi Omega makes available scholarships each year to students majoring in urban and industrial pest management or some closely related plan of study. Read More

USA Today’s Snapshot Made with a NPMA Assist

USA Today’s Snapshot Made with a NPMA Assist

April 11, 2017

The April 8 USA Today included a “Destructive Pests” infographic that publicized the well-known industry fact that “Termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage each year in the USA” — information provided the National Pest Management Association. Read More

PPMA Kicks Off Bug Barometer Initiative

PPMA Kicks Off Bug Barometer Initiative

April 10, 2017

The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA) announced the release of its spring Bug Barometer, a forecast of what Americans can expect in terms of pests in each region of the country based on past and current weather patterns. In addition to the press release and infographic, PPMA also produced its first-ever animated Bug Barometer video featuring NPMA's Jim Fredericks, Ph.D. He can be heard giving viewers a glimpse into the regional pest predictions. Read More

NCPMA PestLine to Answer Consumer Pest Management Questions

NCPMA PestLine to Answer Consumer Pest Management Questions

April 4, 2017

The North Carolina Pest Management Association announced that its PestLine is once again open throughout the month of April. This marks the 5th anniversary of the NCPMA PestLine which allows consumers to receive answers to their pest questions free of charge. Read More

New RISE Logo Represents Association's History, Future

New RISE Logo Represents Association's History, Future

March 7, 2017

The refreshed design, which includes a simple yet bold horizon graphic, was created to illustrate the essence of RISE and emphasize its environmental focus on the health and well-being of families, communities and the specialty pesticide and fertilizer industry. Read More