83rd Annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference

Please join us for two days of presentations, posters and informal discussions about insect/arthropod pest research in field, row, vegetable, seed, small fruit and other crops in the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. 

January 8 & 9, 2024 - Portland, OR

Important Dates & Information



Submit an abstract to present a talk or a poster!
The deadline for submission has been extended to December 15  Submit now!


This room rate is in partnership with the Western Orchard Pest & Disease Conference
Please book your room no later than December 10

We are looking forward to hosting an in-person event,

located at the Hilton in Downtown Portland, OR



Registration is now open!

Registration for 2024 will be $100 for general admission & $35 for students

Stay tuned for an agenda

Have any questions or comments?  Contact us directly.




During the conference we participate in informal discussions about insect/arthropod pest research in field, row, vegetable, seed, small fruit, and other crops in the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West. This is not a “spray” meeting only - reports dealing with biological control, IPM, info-chemicals, etc., are encouraged and welcomed. We invite you to make a 10 to 15-minute oral presentation at the conference, or submit a poster. If time only allows for one presentation per person then we will ask applicants to choose which presentation they would prefer to conduct; additional reports can be submitted and will be included in the online Proceedings.

Each written report should be included in one of the following general sections:

Section I: Invasive Pests, Emerging Pests, and Hot Topics of Interest
Section II: Bees and Pollinators
Section III: Environmental Toxicology and Regulatory Issues
Section IV: Field Crop Pests (includes cereals and vegetables)
Section V: Potato Pests
Section VI: Pests of Wine Grapes, Orchards & Small Fruits
Section VII: Pests of Turf and Ornamentals
Section VIII: New and Current Product Development
Section IX: Extension & Consulting: Updates & Notes from the Field


Want to know more? 
The agenda and proceedings from 2023 can be found here.







The event is coordinated by

Northwest Berry Foundation     USDA-ARS

Oregon State University     Washington State University