FMCA T. Wainwright Miller Scholarship and The Cyrus R. Lesser Memorial fund applications are live. Submit your application by September 1, 2021.
Two scholarships are offered by the Florida Mosquito Control Foundation for students seeking degrees in fields related to arthropod control with emphasis on Public Health. Individuals may apply for both scholarships, however, the same student cannot be selected both scholarships in the same year. Previous winners are eligible to apply as long the scholarship requirements are met. Winners are expected to attend the annual FMCA meeting and attendance will be partially supported by the FMCF.
FMCA Annual Conference
Dodd Training Courses will be held on January 31 – February 3, 2022 at the Gainesville Hilton
ANNOUNCEMENT: The FMCA is excited to announce Dodd Training Courses will be held on January 31 – February 3, 2022 at the Gainesville Hilton. A full series of Courses that the FMCA Community has grown to expect will be offered both in-person and virtually. Mark your calendar and more information will soon be available.
Scientists have identified a new species of mosquito in Florida. I’s called Aedes scapularis. Lawrence Reeves, an entomologist and research scientist with the University of Florida, identified them among mosquitoes he collected near Everglades National Park in 2019… Read more here
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2021 FMCA Membership Renewals are happening now!