Please Join Us for AAPCO’s 74th Annual Virtual Spring Meeting and Conference on March 8 – 9, 2021!
Register for the AAPCO Board Meeting here! Traditionally held during the Sunday afternoon before the conference, the Board of Directors will be meeting on Friday March 5th at 1pm eastern time. The Board meeting is open to all State Lead Agencies and their PSEP counterparts, or by invitation from the Board. Please contact President Leo Reed with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. AAPCO Board of Directors Agenda
Register for the General Session here! Remember this only requires one registration per agency/program/company. Please pass on the registration link to anyone within your organization who you would like to attend. EPA, press, lifetime members please feel free to register individually or as an office/group, etc. There will be one link for the entire General Session, so you may come in and out as you choose without separate passwords. General Session Agenda
The AAPCO Laboratory Director’s will meet separately in their own meeting room. No registration is required. The meeting links are on the agenda. Laboratory Director’s Agenda
Register for Coffee Talk and/or the President’s Reception here! All individuals must register for these separately. No cost to attend.
Who’s Who: Standing Committees, Workgroups, Liaisons
PREP’s Pesticide Regulation Acronym Cheat Sheet (download)
The Association of American Pesticide Control Officials was formed in 1947, the same year that Congress enacted the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).
Members of AAPCO consist of the officers charged by law with the execution of the state, territorial, provincial, and federal laws in the United States, including all its territories, and in Canada.
AAPCO oversees the State FIFRA Issues Research and Evaluation Group (SFIREG). SFIREG and it’s working committees provide a platform for the states and EPA to resolve challenges to successful implementation of pesticide programs and policies in the USA and territories. AAPCO supports related associations who specialize in particular aspects of the pesticide programs, by working collaboratively with them to promote consistency across different pesticide program areas at the national level.
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