Pesticide Safety Schools Are Transitioning to Online Through 2020

— Written By Keith Wood
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In light of the NC State Extension policies for in-person programming during COVID-19 set forth by Dale Monks, Associate Director and Program Leader for N.C. Cooperative Extension, we have decided to transition our in-person Pesticide Safety Schools to the online Zoom format through December 2020.

The pesticide and safety education team has successfully completed six Pesticide Safety Schools using the online Zoom format. This transition ensures stakeholders’ safety and optimizes our resources to better serve them.

N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has a list of pesticide training and exams offered. If you have any questions about the Pesticide Safety Schools or renewal credit classes, contact our office 837-2210.