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The Michigan Mosquito Control Association (MMCA) was organized in July of 1986.   MMCA's goals were identified as follows:

  1. Promote mosquito control in Michigan whenever control is feasible.
  2. Maintain public interest in areas where mosquitoes are now being controlled.
  3. Keep up with new developments in control methods.
  4. Disseminate information concerning mosquitoes and diseases they transmit to its membership and the general public through publications and meetings.
  5. Unite and coordinate common interests and efforts.

MMCA has approximately 100 members from several states.  They include mosquito control professionals, public health officials, government officials, scientists and interested citizens.  Members are actively involved in legislative issues relating to mosquito control and pesticides, public education, training and publishing the Vector Control Bulletin of the North Central States and the Skeeter Scanner Newsletter.  An annual conference is usually held the first week in February.

Kenly Ferrell Memorial  Scholarship

MMCA annually presents a scholarship to encourage interest in mosquito control and to assist a student financially towards a higher education in Natural Science or a related field.  Application form and instructions for the 2001 scholarship are available below.  Deadline for submitting applications will be October 1, 2001.  Please call us at (517) 687-5044 for more information.

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