This course will prepare you to teach others in your community (a) how to prepare for a potential plant biosecurity event, (b) who to contact for a rapid and accurate diagnosis of a suspected problem, (c) typical response and recovery activities to expect if a plant biosecurity problem is confirmed, (d) how to mitigate the likelihood of intentional and unintentional plant biosecurity problems, and (e) how to limit the possible impact of a confirmed plant biosecurity problem.
Extension educators will be able to use the course presentations, worksheets, and handouts to;
There is no need to purchase additional text books or other materials for this course, as all of your instructional materials are linked to this course. These course reading materials come from credible sources and are intended to provide you with the most current research-based information available on agroterrorism and plant biosecurity issues in the U.S.
Last Updated: 09/02/2009