Webinar: Adapting the Wisconsin IPM Program to the New Normal

Jed Colquhoun, Professor and IPM Program Director from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will present, “Adapting the Wisconsin IPM Program to the New Normal in Outreach Delivery: Successes, Challenges and a Balanced Way Forward.” This Pests and Progress webinar will be held on Wednesday, December 15 at 1:30 pm ET (12:30 pm CT).

Jed Colquhoun
Jed Colquhoun, University of Wisconsin-Madison

During the past 1.5 years during COVID-19, efforts to continue IPM programming online have led to opportunities to deliver efficient, timely and impactful outreach to diverse and broad audiences. This modernized delivery lined up well with the improved statewide rural broadband Internet access in Wisconsin, allowing the next generation of farmers greater access to learning opportunities.

Moving forward, the Wisconsin-Madison IPM team will combine traditional outreach methods, which are still valuable, with interactive and engaging online programming. In this presentation Colquhoun will share recent successes, challenges and ideas for IPM extension in the “new normal” of outreach programming.

You must register to receive the link to this free online presentation.

The November Pests and Progress webinar featured Diane Plewa from the University of Illinois. Ms. Plewa shared details from the Illinois IPM program, and the recording is available on the North Central IPM Center YouTube Channel.

Farmer group after in-person Extension training
In-person extension outreach opportunities will resume in Wisconsin alongside virtual learning opportunities.
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