ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Maryland State Pest Control Association (MSPCA) will present the Interstate Pest Management Conference (IPMC), at the Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Md., Jan. 22-23, featuring educational sessions from industry-leading speakers.
Throughout the last 40+ years, the IPMC has worked to increase awareness of current science, technology, and application updates regarding urban pest populations, treatment alternatives to better protect applicators, their clients, and the environment, and to create conducive conditions to learn from expert speakers, peruse new offerings from industry Exhibitors, and socialize with peers while fulfilling recertification requirements. For the past two years, MSPCA has managed the IPMC and look brining the program to representatives of the pest control industry once again.
"The Interstate Pest Management Conference offers a unique opportunity to earn continuing education credits from various departments of agriculture in 6 states and the District of Columbia in just one day. You’ll also be able to network with other professionals, see new products, and much more," said Andrea Brubaker, President of MSPCA.
• MSPCA members pay $135; non-members pay $165
Visit marylandpest.org/conference for more registration information.