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The NY Integrated Pest Management Program at Cornell University is seeking a firm to perform a small communications project. We would like to acquire the services of a qualified communications firm to:

  1. Analyze NYSIPM’s current and recent communications efforts for success in promoting the program’s mission to target audiences
  2. Develop strategic communications goals for NYSIPM for the next five years
  3. Provide building blocks for NYSIPM to create our own five year communications plan

Proposals are due April 26, 2019. Download the RFP here.


IPM is as broad as our selection of photos. On farms, vineyards, orchards; in schools, nursing homes, playgrounds; in your own home, lawn, or garden—IPM is foundational to sound, careful, economical ways of dealing with pests.

Our Mission: The New York State Integrated Pest Management Program develops sustainable ways to manage pests and helps people to use methods that minimize environmental, health, and economic risks.

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NYS IPM Events

May 4
|
11:00 am

Don’t Get Ticked NY

Engaging, hands-on activities to help people stay tick-safe while enjoying nature
Location:
Lime Hollow Environmental Education Center
Event type:
Presentation
May 4
|
1:00 pm

Seminar on Lyme Disease and Other Tick-Borne Illnesses

May is Lyme disease awareness month. Get ticked off! Come and arm yourself with knowledge about Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
Location:
Farnsworth Middle School, Guilderland, NY
Event type:
Seminar
May 8
|
1:30 pm

Sustainable Pest Management in Buildings

Reducing conditions that promote infestations of rodents, cockroaches, ants, and other pests is key to the sustainable reduction of pests and, thus, pesticide use in buildings. We will briefly...
Location:
Hotel Henry
Event type:
Presentation
May 16
|
7:00 pm

Ticks & Disease: How to Reduce Your Risks while Still Enjoying the Great Outdoors

Do you know how to stay “tick safe”? In this session, you will gain hands-on experience in identifying the different important species of ticks and learn how to reduce your risk of getting bit by a...
Location:
St. John Fisher campus, Rochester, NY
Event type:
Presentation
May 20
|
7:00 pm

Don’t Get Ticked NY

Avoiding Lyme and other tick-borne diseases requires avoiding a tick bite! Join Cornell University’s Lynn Braband as he talks about the different ticks in our area and their biology, the diseases...
Location:
The Watershed Education Center at Vitale Park
Event type:
Presentation
May 23
|
6:30 pm

Don’t Get Ticked NY

The number of people and pets infected with tick-borne diseases continues to increase in the Finger Lakes area and elsewhere in New York State. Come get the facts on what you can do to reduce your...
Location:
CCE-Ontario County
Event type:
Presentation

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