The MSU Extension Integrated Pest Management experts are actively engaging communities throughout Montana.  The partnerships we grow come about through exciting two-way exchanges of knowledge, experience, and skills between university staff and community partners.

This page contains upcoming IPM events, workshops, and multimedia, and.

Programs are currently limited due to COVID-19. Please contact your local Extension office for information on future events in your area. Online training is still available.

Upcoming Workshops and Events

Pesticide Education Programs

Topics cover pesticide safety, calibration, IPM, pesticides in the environment, and reading the label, among others. Includes Initial Training Programs.

2020 District 3 Pest Management Tour

  • October 6, 8 and 9
  • Onsite and online offerings available

2020 Webinar Series

  • November 12: Pesticide Fate in the Environment
  • December 8: Pesticide Workshop
  • December 10: Why isn't my pesticide working?

Multimedia and Publications

MSU Extension on YouTube

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The Extension YouTube channel contains the latest IPM-related, as well as a large catalog of past videos. Recent highlights include:

MSU Extension Publications

MontGuide logo and text; a self learning resource from MSU Extension

Find MontGuides, books, magazines, calendars, and more in the Extension store. Recent highlights include:

Montana AgCast

Montana State University Extension presents the Montana AgCast, a podcast series designed for the benefit of the Montana agriculture producer.

Montana Ag Live

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Montana Ag Live is a regular call-in information broadcast television program dealing with agricultural and gardening issues in Montana. Presented by Montana PBS in association with Montana State University Extension.

Stream Montana Ag Live on the Montana PBS website, or watch the television broadcast Sundays at 6PM on your local PBS station.


Check the MSU Extension Ag Alerts and Urban IPM Alerts pages for the latest Integrated Pest Management news.

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