Working Committees

 

September 19-20, 2022 Joint POM/EQI Committee Meeting Final Agenda

Graciously hosted by the Rhode Island Division of Agriculture, Department of Environmental Management in Providence, RI. Includes a tuesday afternoon field trip to the UMass Cranberry Experiement Station! We will provide transportation for SLAs and EPA, but other attendees are welcome to attend with their own transportation (please let Amy Sullivan know if you plan on attending separately so that we can have a general head count for the Experiment Station).

We will be staying at the Providence Marritt Downtown .  

The meeting will be held at the Division of Agriculture & Resource Marketing RI Dept. of Environmental Management, 235 Promenade Street Providence, RI 02908-5767

Presentations

EPA – OPP Update

EPA – OECA Update

AAPCO/SFIREG for Committee Members

POM – FIFRA 24(c) Guidance (working doc)

POM – Paraquat FAQs (working doc)

ESA – NOAA National Marine Fisheries

ESA – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

ESA – USDA

ESA – Compliance Services International

AAPCO’s Technology Workgroup Update (UAVs)

 

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April 2022 Meeting Materials

 
Sept 19-20 – JWC – Providence RI
Dec 5-6 – Full SFIREG – DC Area

SFIREG has two Working Committees.

The Pesticide Operations and Management (POM) Working Committee is focused on registration, certification, and enforcement related pesticide issues of national or regional importance.  POM Committee Members

The Environmental Quality Issues (EQI) Working Committee is involved with pesticide issues related to water quality, threatened and endangered species, human health and the environment, risk assessments, and technical aspects of the implementation of pesticide programs.  EQI Committee Members

The committees may meet separately or jointly, as the issues overlap committee responsibilities.


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Photo of red and white cranberries courtesy of David Rousseau, NH from the “Cultivate” exhibit at the United States Botanic Garden.