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Technology & Conservation and the Harvard University Environmental Health and Safety Department presented a conference titled "Pest, Insect, & Fungus Management: Non-Toxic Fumigation & Alternative Control Techniques for Preserving Cultural/Historic Properties & Collections" on October 22-23. The conference was wide-ranging within the subject, and speakers came from the pest control industry, collections care and conservation research, and building engineering fields. All but one of the speakers I heard were exceptionally effective and interesting, but if you've been able to stay current in the museum pest management literature, most of the presentations served as a review of increasingly standard IPM practice and anoxic extermination strategies.

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