What is PERC?
PERC is the Pesticide Educational Resources Collaborative, a 5-year cooperative agreement between the EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs and University of California Davis Division of Continuing and Professional Education, in collaboration with Oregon State University.
Meet Our Team
PERC is administered at the University of California Davis Division of Continuing and Professional Education in collaboration with Oregon State University.
Meet Our Advisory Board
The PERC Advisory Board includes expert educators, certification authorities and farmworker advocates from across the United States. They steer PERC activities to achieve its objectives, identify under-served audiences, and fill resource gaps. Their advisory role is essential to ensure that PERC resources are used where and when they are most needed to prevent pesticide impacts on human health and the environment.
We develop, revise, and update pesticide safety resources to advance the protection of humans, communities, and ecosystems from the risk of pesticide poisonings, illness, and injury.
Learn about PERC’s objectives and policies.
Using PERC's Works
Information on using the resources created by PERC.