NYSIPM Equity and Justice Statement
As part of Cornell Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Cornell Cooperative Extension, the New York State Integrated Pest Management Program promotes risk-reducing practices in agricultural and community settings.
We recognize lingering historical social injustices in indigenous communities, Black communities, LGBTQ communities, and upon women, immigrants, and the economically disadvantaged. Read more ...
Cornell Response to COVID-19: Resources for the farming and food production sectors
Cornell Cooperative Extension, including applied programs and departments, is very actively involved in getting information out to constituents, especially the farming community that is continuing to produce and supply food, while trying to comply with new regulations and complications due to the pandemic. Please visit this page for some helpful resources.
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.