The Southern IPM Center wants to know what people consider a proirity for extension. If you are a person managing pests and you know the one thing that if extension put out would solve one of the biggest problems in your industry, then this survey is for you.
The Southern Region IPM Center has a relatively
small pool of funds available, so we hope, with your help, to identify a
"short list" of projects that will optimize delivery of positive
impacts. You can access the survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/93MLD5Q.
The survey is fairly short. You will be asked to describe one or two situations
in which pest management could be improved if only the managers were
better-informed or educated about a new method or tactic. We welcome responses
about either agricultural or non-agricultural settings. Responses are
anonymous, but the survey does include a few questions about your interest in
We expect to keep this survey open for approximately two weeks after which
responses will be analyzed and results made public. The Southern IPM Center
will use results to inform our own funding program. We and our partners may use
the information in other ways, including prioritization of future projects.
At the end of the survey, you will have the opportunity to sign up for SIPMC's
mailing list, as well as subscribe to blogs, Twitter feed and Facebook. You
must already have an account with Twitter to follow the Twitter feed.
If you have questions about the survey, please direct them to Jim VanKirk at firstname.lastname@example.org, 919-513-8179,
or Rosemary Hallberg at email@example.com
Your participation in this survey will help us focus our priorities for our
next RFA and fund projects that will help us generate big impacts.
Please forward this e-mail to anyone that you think would have an interest in
participating in the survey, especially Extension agents and other IPM
professionals in your state.