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Items of Interest

  • Be sure to check the Employment Opportunities portion of the NEWS section for new job postings.
  • The Fall 2014 Newsletter is now available in the NEWS section. Many thanks to the Newsletter Editor, Dennis Salmen, for putting together and publishing the Fall edition of the MAMCA Newsletter.
  • An Outstanding Student Award has been developed by the association as a means to both recognize the contributions of an individual pursuing studies related to the field of mosquito or vector control and to encourage academic pursuits in disciplines related to same. The award recipient must be a resident of one of MAMCA’s nine member states or must be attending a school of higher learning in one of MAMCA’s nine member states. Please check the Conference page for more information.
  • Congratulations to Jeff Heusel. He was awarded the 18th Rowland E. Dorer Award at the 40th Annual Meeting.
  • Please check out the following link to AMCA's website concerning the following important topic: Message Points for Impacts of NPDES. They have a link on that page to a bullet list of talking points.
  • Check the 2015 Conference Presentations page for PDF versions of the presentations from 40th Annual Conference in Savannah, GA.
  • Check the Upcoming Events regularly for the latest information on upcoming meetings and other items of interest to the membership.
The Mid-Atlantic Mosquito Control Association is a non-profit, professional organization founded in 1975. The membership consists primarily of local, state, and federal government officials; industry, and research/academic members from the nine member states of Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.

41st Annual Conference, March 30 - April 1, 2016, at the Inn at Opryland, Nashville, Tennessee

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