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Meetings Schedule & Upcoming Events

Thu
28
2019
March 28, 2019

2019 WDI-O Re-Credentialing Training

Registration Now Open!

Maritime Conference Center | Linthicum, MD

This is your last chance to get credits before submitting your license to the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Registration for this event will open soon, add your name to our email list to make sure you're notified.

Thu
30
2019
May 30, 2019

Last Chance

Registration Opens Soon

Maritime Conference Center | Linthicum, MD

This is your last chance to get credits before submitting your license to the Maryland Department of Agriculture. Registration for this event will open soon, add your name to our email list to make sure you're notified.

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Latest News

02/28/2019

University of MD Soil Judging Team

The MSPCA Board of Directors made a donation to the University of Maryland's soil judging team on behalf of the membership. The money will be used to fund the teams trip to participate in the National Soils Contest that will be hosted by California Polytechnic and State University in mid-April. Click here to read the full thank you letter. 

02/28/2019

Download the 2018 Annual Report

Learn about the work of the Maryland State Pest Control Association in our annual reports on behalf of the pest control industry during 2018.

02/27/2019

Baltimore City Unwittingly Creates Unlicensed Pest Control Competition

MSPCA battles City for 6 months. Results in a win for us.

By: Bruce Morgan
During the summer of 2018, Baltimore City initiated a “rental-housing licensing” program which included a requirement that all rental units be inspected, and reported on, by a MD. Licensed Home Inspector. The initial idea was to correct major safety issues, improve the rental housing stock and relieve the city of conducting so many rental code inspections. The burden of the inspection and compliance is placed upon the property owner. The city set a deadline of January 1, 2019, to have all 44,000 rentals inspected and reported on.

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