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Plant Biosecurity Management Course, 2010 Edition

Resources to Engage Agricultural Producers in U.S. Biosecurity Efforts

Designed for Extension advisors, agents, and specialists who understand the urgency of plant protection and will have the opportunity to teach plant biosecurity management to those involved in the U.S. agricultural sector.

Course Basics

Target Audience: Extension advisors, agents, specialists. Also suitable for agricultural producers, emergency managers, and public health officials.
Delivery Method: Interactive, On-line
Cost: EDEN does not charge for use of these materials or for taking the course online. Cost will depend on the local cost of meeting space (if offered in a classroom setting) and printing handouts.
Course Length: Self-paced; approximately 8 contact hours
University Credit: No
Other Credit: Certificate of Completion

Extension advisors, agents, educators, specialists, and others with an interest and/or responsibility in plant biosecurity can benefit from this online course. If you have the ability to do so, EDEN encourages you to let these individuals know about this easily accessible course.

Access materials for announcing EDEN's Plant Biosecurity Management Course

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This course is currently being reconstructed, but is still available at the above external site. If you don't see the course, but have scroll keys on the right-hand side, please use them to access the course information in the top frame. If that doesn't help, please let us know.

If you have questions
, please contact Steve Cain or Abigail Borron (IN).


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