Pest Program Outreach Coordinator
|Randy Taylor shows 2015 trapping results|
At the open houses, you can get all of your questions answered about WSDA’s proposed gypsy moth treatments for the spring of 2016. You have the opportunity to speak with people like Dr. Jim Marra, the Pest Program manager for the WSDA. But we also have trappers and others involved in the gypsy moth program who can answer your questions.
|Dr. Jim Marra speaks with the local health department|
In addition to WSDA staff, the Department of Health is available at most open houses. They are answering questions about Btk and your health.
Finally, don’t miss the chance to watch WSDA’s newest gypsy moth video. It’s only 10 minutes long and gives you tons of information about why gypsy moth is such a bad pest.
|Learn fun facts like how much caterpillars eat|
If you haven’t gone, we invite you to step right up to one of the three final gypsy moth open houses for 2016:
- March 1 – Vancouver
- March 3 – Olympia
- March 10 – Tacoma