You can help promote the First Detector program and teach people about invasive plant pests and pathogens by printing these outreach resources and displaying them in your workplace, cooperative extension office, or another public location.
We've packaged some digital materials for easy online outreach. If you're looking for the right words to explain the program, copy and paste this statement, and you'll be well on your way:
First Detector provides online and in-person training on how to detect and report the presence of invasive plant pests and pathogens. In addition, it hosts a repository of educator resources, empowering you to bring this knowledge to your community. Learn more about our program at www.firstdetector.org/about.
You can help First Detector training reach your audience by linking to it from your website!
Image for Your Website
11"x17" Educator Poster
11"x17" Training Poster
First Detector program brochure
Quarter cards, with margins
Quarter Cards, full bleed
Asian Longhorned Beetle
Emerald Ash Borer
NPDN First Detector
Identification & Scouting:
The Nature Conservancy Partner Resources:
Notice & Report Hitchhikers 8.5x11"
Notice & Report Hitchhikers 11x17"
International Year of Plant Health
The United Nations declared 2020 the International Year of Plant Health. Learn more, then help spread the news by displaying these posters!
Protecting our Forests
Monitoring for Forest Pests
Protecting our Food
Monitoring to Protect Crops