Planning for the 2020 workshop is on hold due to COVID-19  


The National Right-of-Way Applicator Workshop specifically targets applicators and contractors applying to railroad, power line, and oil and gas right-of-ways working across multiple states.  The Workshop is a three-day applicator recertification course focusing on current technologies and best management practices associated with right-of-way weeds in the United States. 

This is a workshop not a conference.  It is designed to be very interactive.  Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon will be spent outside with hands-on labs.

There is no guarantee that this workshop will be granted credits by ALL state pesticide programs.  Approvals will be posted on the website as they are received.



National Right-of-Way Applicator Workshop

For more information please contact:  
Sandra McDonald
970-266-9573  
Sandra@MountainWestPEST.com

















The 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, & 2019 Workshops were approved for recertification credits in 35+ states. 

Training Topics:​

  • Weed Identification
  • Integrated Vegetation Management
  • Pesticide Application
  • Bareground Herbicides
  • Herbicide Modes-of-Action
  • Herbicide Demonstration Plots
  • Noxious Weed Laws 
  • Many more!                                                     

                                                                                                          

Comments from previous workshop participants:
    •    Great information very useful information to apply to our day to day work in the field.
    •    Very informative and helpful
    •    The program was very well set up and planned accordingly.


Workshop Policies:

  • CONFIRMATION: Once payment is received, confirmation will be e-mailed within 7 days. 
  • CANCELLATION:  Workshop cancellations received 7 days prior to the workshop will be refunded less a $50 service fee.   
  • Substitutions can be made at any time (less a $25.00 service fee), preferably with advance notice..

      Note: A disability or a dietary restriction will be accommodated to the extent possible, if requested prior to        the workshop.