AAPCO IS HIRING A TREASURER!!!
This is a part-time, flexible position. You can work from anywhere in the country. You get to work with kind, smart, fun people. Dave Fredrickson will train you. Whaddaya waiting for? Apply TODAY!
We will need a resume, letter of interest, and an application. The closing date for applications is Friday April 27, 2018.
As a non-profit trade association (501(c)(6)), the Association must manage documents related to IRS tax filings and Incorporation in the District of Columbia. Two primary funding streams supporting AAPCO’s work must be kept separate and well managed: memberships and check sample program participation, and the State FIFRA Issues, Research and Evaluation Group (SFIREG), which uses EPA grant funding. You will work primarily with the Executive Secretary, AAPCO Board of Directors, and the EPA Project Officer. You will also get an all expenses paid trip to the AAPCO Annual Spring Meeting, every year!
Learn more in the:
Employment Application (This will download to your computer and is fillable.)
All questions about the position may be directed to Tony Cofer, AAPCO President,
(334) 240-7237 or email@example.com
Thank you to everyone who attended out 71st Annual Spring Conference in Alexandria this year!
Congratulations to our newest Life Members, Jeff Comstock of Vermont and George Farnsworth of California!
Congratulations to Cary Giguere, VT! Cary is AAPCO’s new Director-at Large, replacing Kathy Booker, TN. Thanks for your work on behalf of AAPCO Kathy!
Materials related to the meeting may be found here.
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.