Utah Department of Agriculture and Food

UDAF Offers Classes on Proper Pesticide Handling Through December 15

Salt Lake City – Classes on proper pesticide application and handling for commercial, non-commercial and private applicators are scheduled for various times and locations throughout Utah.    The classes are taught by the Utah State University Extension’s Pesticide Safety Education Program and the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.  The schedule is as follows:

November 5

Spanish Fork

Fairgrounds, Ponderosa Building, 475 South. Main St., Spanish Fork

November 9

Roosevelt

Uintah Basin ATC, 1100 East Lagoon Street, Conference Room

November 10

Price

Carbon County Event Center, 393 South Fairgrounds Road, Price

November 11

Delta

Millard County Fair Grounds, 157 S. Manzanita Ave, Fair Building *3 CEU’s are available at this workshop.

November 17

Salt Lake City

Utah State Library, 250 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City

November 19

Richfield

Sevier County Fair Grounds, 410 East 200 South, Fair Building

November 24

Layton

WSU- Davis Campus, 2750 University Park Blvd., Room 110 & 111

December 2

Orem

RSVP TO ATTEND –CALL 801-851-8460

New Location: Central Utah Water conservation District Board Room,

355 West University Parkway, Orem, Seating Limited to 100 people.

December 3

Hurricane

Washington County Regional Fairpark, 700 S. 5300 W., Exhibit Bldg.

December 8

Salt Lake City

Utah State Library, 250 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City

December 15

Logan

Bridgerland Applied Technology College, 1310 North 600 West, Logan

 

All of the meetings listed above begin at 9:00 am. Each workshop offers 6 CEUs, *unless otherwise noted above; 2 each for Law, Use, and Safety.   For more information about license categories, testing, fees, meeting information visit: 

UDAF Website:  http://www.ag.utah.gov/pesticides.html and click on Pesticide Workshop Schedule.

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 801-538-7185.

     “This is the opportunity for licensed applicators to earn continuing education units for their license recertification,” said Pesticide Program Manager, Scott Oldham.

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