Call for content review and participation

Thank you for your ongoing participation and support for Solve Pest Problems. Together, we have developed a vision and proof of concept online resource to meet a clearly identified community need.

Thanks to your support, the Solve Pest Problems program has gained significant momentum with Oregon State University, the Oregon Legislature, advocacy groups, and the community.

Beginning July 2019 we intend to assemble hundreds of content pages and test our marketing and evaluation tools. As planned, Solve Pest Problems will be publicly available in December, 2020.

We need your help:

  • Content review
  • Participate as an advisor
  • Request for donations and sponsorship

Solve Pest Problems is a collaborative effort to communicate evidence-based information describing pest management and pesticide related topics. Funders and community partners participate in the development of content and help with marketing, outreach, and evaluation. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are central to this effort.

Call for Content Review

We have developed example content pages for stakeholder review.

Checkout example content and provide feedback.

The content review period extended to March 8, 2019.

Following the review period, we will integrate your feedback and build additional content pages.

We are convening a technical review committee to review content. To provide ongoing review support, please contact us. See below for contact information.

Request for donations and sponsorship

We have a working draft website and strong support from funders and community partners. Solve Pest Problems is ready to be built to scale.

We are requesting financial support from government agencies, businesses, and individuals in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest to help us make this important resource available to the public as soon as possible.

Please consider making a donation or becoming a sponsor.

Any financial contribution will help us make this extraordinary vision a reality.

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