The Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force held its third annual bed bug summit on October 20.
It’s sometimes difficult to make sense of presentations found on the internet. Meaning is often lost in all those bullets in the absence of the speaker.
It’s amazing how much the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force has been able to accomplish without any significant funding. The latest example is this presentation from the recent Central Ohio Bed Bug Summit: Bed Bug Distribution through Greater Columbus, … Continue reading
Update: Ohio’s Section 18 exemption filing was announced at the summit.
I hope you are checking the website of the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force every now and then. If you live in a place, like we do, where there’s nothing like it, you can borrow and learn from them.
Paul Wenning on the challenges and issues faced by the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force (COBBTF) in controlling the spread of bed bugs in Columbus and Franklin County. Continue reading
The Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force is entirely a volunteer organization according to this article about the task force in The Other Paper. They have a $5K grant. That’s it.
Franklin County formed a bed bug task force. Columbus Public Health is less engaged. Continue reading
The Columbus Dispatch reports that the Franklin County Board of Health
is establishing an interagency bedbug task force for central Ohio. Continue reading