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NAPPO Workshop: Practical Considerations for an Asian Gypsy Moth Program 2015

Kemah, Texas - USA 

Objectives: 

  1. To share information, experience and ideas for further development and enhancement of Asian gypsy moth (AGM) programs in NAPPO member countries and beyond.
  2. To provide hands-on training to illustrate practical considerations for implementing anAGM program
  3. To determine where common approaches may be feasible among NAPPO member countries
  4. To determine needs and next steps toward implementation of a  North American approach toAGM

 Note: the presentations are in the language that they were delivered

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Day 1 - November 17 

Overview of Asian Gypsy Moth Issue and Programs

download_pdf.png Outline of workshop, objectives and goals

Wendy Asbil, Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Chairperson, Expert Group on Asian Gypsy Moth

download_pdf.png Biology, identification and distribution and  impacts of AGM Steve Munson, United States 
download_pdf.png History of the AGM program Jamie Richardson, Canadian Food Inspection Agency
download_pdf.png Overview of RSPM 33 Wendy Asbil, Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Chairperson, Expert Group on Asian Gypsy Moth
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Overview of Specific Country’s AGM Regulatory Programs - requirements upon vessel arrival, policy differences

William Wesela, United States
download_pdf.png Diana Mooij, Canadian Food Inspection Agency &
Expert Group on Asian Gypsy Moth Member
download_pdf.png Ken Glassey, New Zealand 
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AGM Compliance Verification Inspection Programs in NAPPO and other countries 

Veronica Ledezma, United States
download_pdf.png Lee Darling and Malcolm Pelley, Canada
download_pdf.png Ken Glassey, New Zealand 
Day 2 - November 18  AGM Program Development and Enhancement Experience and Considerations 
download_pdf.png  Health and safety considerations  

     
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