Integrated Pest Management · Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
UC IPM Staff
Our Vision: Making ecosystem-based integrated pest management THE way Californians manage pests
Director James Farrar provides overall program leadership to ensure UC IPM delivers science-based IPM information, expands our collaborations and partnerships, and documents the impacts of IPM in California agriculture, communities and natural areas. Jim was previously a plant pathology professor at Fresno State University for 12 years and most recently was Director for the Western IPM Center.
Associate Director for Urban and Community IPM Karey Windbiel-Rojas is responsible for developing and supporting teams engaged in planning and implementing IPM programs for public agency, residential, landscape, and structural audiences.
Associate Director for Communications Tunyalee Martin manages activities related to program communications, coordinating with the programmatic associate directors and ANR experts to produce informational products about IPM for growers, residents, and other practitioners.
Associate Director for Agricultural IPM Emily Symmes is responsible for planning, coordinating and integrating outreach, research and extension materials related to agricultural IPM.
Pesticide Safety Education Coordinator
Natural Resources Coordinator
A. Katrina Hunter
Fernanda Guimaraes Rosa
Alejandro del Pozo-Valdivia