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Organizations

American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA)
The AMCA is an organization enhancing the health and quality of life through the suppression of mosquitoes, other vectors, and pests of public importance.

NW Mosquito & Vector Control Association (NWMVCA)
The Northwest Mosquito and Vector Control association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion of partnerships and close cooperation among those directly or indirectly involved with or interested in the science of biology, which includes the control of insects and other animals of public health importance.

EPA’s Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program (PESP)
Established in 1994, the Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program (PESP) is an EPA partnership program that works with the nation’s pesticide-user community to promote Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices.

Oregon Department of Health
We envision an Oregon where every community is empowered to improve the lifelong health of all people in Oregon.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC works 24/7 to protect America from health, safety and security threats, both foreign and in the U.S.

World Health Organization (WHO)
The United Nations public health arm. Monitors disease outbreaks, assesses the performance of health systems around the globe.

Extoxnet
A collaborative effort of several US universities collecting pesticide information profiles, toxicology information briefs, and other fact sheets and newsletters.

Educational

Grow Smart, Grow Safe
Learn to control garden pests with natural methods and safer products.

Using Insect Repellents Safely
You can choose by specifying the insect, protection time, active ingredient, or other product-specific information. Results are only EPA-registered skin-applied products, meaning their safety and effectiveness have been tested and approved.

Mosquito Control
Mosquito Control Resource Directory for Consumers, Public Health Agencies and Mosquito Control Agencies.

Mosquito & Insect Resources for Teachers
All mosquitoes must have water to complete their lifecycle. This water can range in quality and it can be in any container imaginable. Adult mosquitoes show a distinct preference for the type of source in which to lay their eggs.

Clackamas County Vector Control

Clackamas County Vector Control

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