Last Chance Private Applicator Credit Opportunities offered in South-Western Montana

Cecil Tharp, Montana State University Extension Pesticide Education Specialist

 

Map of PAT district 2 counties (described in article)

Private applicators in Granite, Deer Lodge, Beaverhead, Madison, Jefferson, Silver Bow, Powell, Lewis & Clark, Broadwater, Gallatin, Park and Meagher counties should be sure they have attained 6 private applicator credits prior to the January 1st, 2015 deadline to avoid losing their private applicator pesticide certification. Applicators can assess their credit information on the MTPlants website by selecting ‘view education credits’ and entering their private applicator license number. The Montana State University Pesticide Education Program (PEP) would like to announce multiple last chance private applicator credit opportunities for private applicators that are in need of more private applicator credits. Trainings in Bozeman, Twin Bridges, Great Falls, and Shelby can aid region 1 private applicators in attaining the needed 6 credits prior to the January 1st deadline.

December 3rd. Great Falls, MT.

3 private applicator credits. 2014 Montana Grain Growers Association Convention and Trade Show. Best Western Heritage Inn, Great Falls, MT. See complete agenda at [expired link]. For more information and pre-registration contact Loree at (406) 761-4596.

December 18th. Joplan, MT.

3 private applicator credits. Spray Like You Mean It. Joplan, MT. See online agenda at [expired link]. For more information and pre-registration contact Bob Eccles at (503) 881-1436.

Online Credits

Private applicators that only need 1 to 2 private applicator credits can take online exams. Follow all online instructions.

Further Information

Contact your county MSU Extension agent for more information regarding last minute programs, or see future programs. For any other Pesticide Education questions contact Cecil Tharp, Pesticide Education Specialist, at the Pesticide Safety Education Program office (406-994-5067, ctharp@montana.edu).

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