The Integrated Pest Management (or Entomology) Program offers many educational programs to the public for both youth and adults. Below are links to upcoming events. If you have an organization, club, or other group that would be interested in a presentation on an entomological (insect) related subject, please contact us!
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Upcoming Educational Events
Due to COVID-19, all face to face programming has been temporarily cancelled/postponed until May 4 or later
- Beekeeping Basics Class
- Second Steps in Beekeeping Class
- School & Youth Group Presentations
- Structural Pest Control & CEU Opportunities for Licensed Applicators
Youth Entomology Curriculum
- Bug Club Online Series
- Good Bugs, Bad Bugs
- Insect Adaptations
- Mosquitoes: The Deadly Pest
- Spiders: Spooky or Cool?
- The Buzz About Bees
- 15 Bugs Every Gardener Should Know Webinar Recordings
- Butterfly Gardening for Caterpillars
- iNaturalist Online Workshop Webinar Recordings
- Murder Hornet or Asian Giant Hornet?
- Pollinators and Pollinator Plants – Two Part Webinar Series Recordings
- Spiders: The Good, The Bad, and The Creepy!
- Weekly Garden Webinar Series
- Virtual Camps now taking registration
- Junior Beekeeping Camp (10 and up)
- Spring Break Nature Camp (6-11)
- Summer Entomology Camps (4-6)
- Summer Entomology Camps (7-12)
Bug Blog – want to know what “bugs” are big? Updated regularly to keep you up to date!
Contact Molly Keck
Get answers to your pest and insect questions.
Molly Keck, Texas AgriLife Extension Program Specialist in Integrated Pest Management and Board Certified Entomologist.
Call: 210-631-0400 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org