National MP3 Working Group
March 2, 2021 Author: Ana Heck
Managed Pollinator Protection Plans (MP3) Working Group
State and tribal managed pollinator protection plans (MP3s) are designed to protect managed pollinators from pesticides. Managed Pollinator Protection Plans (MP3) Working Group members create and implement MP3s and programs that support pollinator health. Our group includes Extension Educators, Apiary Inspectors, Pesticide Safety Educators, and professionals from departments of agriculture. We meet monthly to learn about the work others are doing related to MP3s, share resources, and collaborate on projects that provide pollinator education and resources to pesticide applicators.
Pollinator Presentation for Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credit Clinics
Our Managed Pollinator Protection Plans (MP3) Working Group developed a presentation about pollinators for trainers to give at pesticide recertification credit clinics. Please contact Ana Heck to request a copy of the presentation.
Pollinator Protection Plans
Managed Pollinator Protection Plans (MP3) Working Group Members
If you are interested in joining our working group, please contact Ana Heck.
Randall Cass, Extension Entomologist, Iowa State University
Tammy Horn Potter, Kentucky State Apiarist, Kentucky Department of Agriculture
Theresa Cira, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Rebeca Gutierrez-Moreno, State Pollinator Coordinator, Minnesota Environmental Quality Board
Katie Lee, Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Minnesota
Sheldon Brummel, Research Project Coordinator, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jennifer Weisbrod, Assistant Extension Educator, Nebraska Department of Agronomy and Horticulture
Judy Wu-Smart, Extension & Research Entomologist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Amanda Skidmore, IPM Small Farm Specialist, New Mexico State University
Andony Melathopoulos, Assistant Professor - Pollinator Health Extension, Oregon State University
Natalie Boyle, Assistant Research Professor, The Pennsylvania State University
Benjamin Powell, Apiculture and Pollinator Program Coordinator, Clemson University
Jennifer Tsuruda, Assistant Professor and Apiculture Extension Specialist, University of Tennessee
Brooke Decker, Apiculturist and Pollinator Health Specialist, Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets
Katie Buckley, Pollinator Health Coordinator, Washington State Department of Agriculture
This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Crop Protection and Pest Management Program through the North Central IPM Center (2018-70006-28883).