Statewide Virtual Education Days

 

LINLA is Proud to be part of a Statewide Program to Bring Quality, Credit-worthy Education to our members.
Announcing the first, NYSNLA Educational Symposium and Regional ED Days!
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The Program starts on January 27 with the series kick off Symposium.

This session will cover: Association Updates, The View from Albany, Proven Winners’ “Greatest Hits” Presentation (in 3 parts), “Mini-Sessions” on Insurance Coverage & Damage Prevention and Previews of all the Regional Ed Days session that follow!
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On February 3, LINLA (REGION 1) Presents:

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Tick Tactics: Knowing the enemy is half the battle, the other is having a plan

Three scientists have made it their mission to understand this dangerous pest. By looking at the problem from slightly different perspectives, each will bring you data, studies, observations and strategies to help you create a plan of protection. Protection for you and your staff and just as importantly, protection for your clients. Learn important differences among the species, efficacy of organic and conventional controls, environmental management methods, and available repellents.  Then use this data to your tactical advantage!

Credits Available: 1.5 CNLP Credits | 1.0 DEC Credit | ISA Credits Pending

Our Presenters:

Dan Gilrein is Extension Entomologist with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County and holds a Master’s Degree in Plant Protection from Cornell and BS in Forest Biology from SUNY ESF.

Moses Cucura completed a B.S. in Forest Health and a M.S. in Entomology from SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry located in Syracuse, New York. After his time managing ticks, mosquitos and other pests across Long Island in the pest control industry Moses became the Tick Entomologist for Suffolk County Department of Public Works, Division of Vector Control.

Dr. Tamson Yeh, PhD is the Pest Management/Turf Specialist at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, where she has worked for over twenty years.  Dr. Yeh received her BA in Biology from Wells College, and both an MS in Animal and Veterinary Science and a PhD in Plant Science from University of Rhode Island.