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UW sponsors pesticide applicator training sessions

Wyoming

Pesticide applicator training sessions for renewals or new certifications for private pesticide applicators are this month in five western Wyoming communities presented by the University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service.

Pesticide applicators that employ restricted use pesticides are required to hold a pesticide applicator license. The two-hour workshops will cover pesticide law and regulation, safety, labeling, proper use and disposal and equipment calibration. Participation is required at only one workshop for certification.

All programs begin at 1:30 p.m. The schedule is:

March 23--Jackson, Teton County UW CES office, 255 West Deloney;

March 24--Afton Civic Center, 150 S. Washington;

March 26--Farson Community Center;

March 27--Mountain View, Mountain View Branch Library;

March 31--Big Piney, Big Piney Branch of the Sublette County Library;

April 1--Pinedale, Sublette County UW CES office, 621 S. Pine.

For more information, contact UW CES educators Eric Peterson at 307-367-438 or eric@uwyo.edu, Hudson Hill at 307-885-3132 or hrhill@uwyo.edu, or Bridger Feuz at 307-783-0570 or bmfeuz@uwyo.edu.



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