- Offer training sessions, seminars, demos, pamphlets, videos, Q&A sessions, hands-on activities, etc., to private and commercial applicators, homeowners, growers, apartment dwellers, farmworkers, students, technicians, salespeople, shoppers, legislators, and other interested members of the general public. Always follow all federal and state laws and policies regarding educational content and trainer credentials.
- Use original stories, news clips, social media posts, press releases, videos, etc. to highlight the purpose of National Pesticide Safety Education Month and the importance of the land-grant university Pesticide Safety Education Programs. Link to this webpage if desired. Repost others’ outreach where allowed.
Everyone is invited to participate – e.g. Pesticide Safety Education Programs, county agents, Master Gardeners, other extension educators, government agencies, registrants, formulators, manufacturers of sprayers/nozzles/adjuvants/safety equipment, distributors, dealers, retailers [large format retailers, garden centers, farm supply, family businesses, etc.], pest management companies, commodity groups, crop advisors, farm bureaus, food and feed producers, professional societies, schools, golf courses, animal health groups, environmental protection and conservation groups, recyclers, and allied national/state associations/organizations that promote science and have a vested interest in the safe use of pesticides.