Next training opportunity

April 20, 2022, 2-3pm - Preparing for pesticide applications 

Park County Fairgrounds-dining room or Online.  Viewing of MSU Pesticide Webinar

Note, when viewing the webinars online, an attendance check is generally done at the beginning, middle, and end by asking you to enter your applicator number in the chat box, or answering a question (even if you are unsure, put a guess to get attendance credit).  You must hit "enter" after typing in the chat box.  Finally, take notes--you may be able to email a copy of your notes for credit if you failed to complete the chat requests.

February 15, 5:30--8:00 PM, Mini-Weed Fair, Park County Fairgrounds

  • 2 credits available, must attend both presentations

Upcoming course/webinar opportunities:

Cultivating Healthy Plants IPM Webinar Series

  • January 27th, 2022; 12-1pm -- Managing Weeds After Wildfire, Dr. Mangold (Complete)
  • February 17th, 2022; 12-1pm -- Cover Crop Management Practices to Reduce Weed Pressure, Dr. Maninder K. Walia

    1 credit, register here:

This webinar will not be available to view at the Extension Office nor Fairgrounds

Pesticide Education Webinar Series (more info and register--MSU extension site)

One credit available for each session

  • December 6, 2021, 6-7pm - Understanding Pesticide Drift 
  • January 11, 2022, 6-7pm - Herbicides: How do they work? 
  • February 15, 2022, 10-11am - Understanding Formulations and Tank Mixing 
  • March 22, 2022, 9-10am - Legalities and principles of vertebrate pest control  
  • April 20, 2022, 2-3pm - Preparing for pesticide applications 

These sessions will be available to attend at the Fairgrounds, or Extension Office--call or email the weed coordinator to RSVP and for location.  To obtain credit, you must sign-in and be present for the entire live session.  To RSVP: call/text Theresa at (406)223-1306 or email Contact


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