Tim Stock
Senior Instructor I, OSU School IPM Program Coordinator

-Integrative Extension Program Development
-Participatory Training and Assessment
-Integrated Pest Management (Schools, Sensitive Sites, Agriculture)
-Community-based Pesticide Risk Analysis: Participatory Pesticide Risk Assessment and Curricula Development

OSU Campus
Department of Horticulture
4017 Ag and Life Sciences Bldg 2750 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States
(541) 737-6279

Biography

2/2017 – present:
OSU School IPM Program Coordinator, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University, Corvallis.  Provide leadership of the OSU School IPM Program.  Lead an outreach and training program to advance the implementation of sustainable Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Oregon schools.  Facilitate expansion of program activities into other sensitive sites in the built environment and public spaces.

8/2005 – 1/2017:
IPM Education Specialist, Integrated Plant Protection Center, Oregon State University, Corvallis.  Provided leadership of the Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) for the College of Agriculture Sciences, Agriculture Extension Program.  Organized and taught in PSEP educational events in English and Spanish.  Provided support to county extension agents who conduct PSEP events.  Developed the OSU School IPM Program.  Implemented an outreach and training program to advance the implementation of sustainable Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Oregon schools.

10/2004 – 8/2005:
Education and Outreach Specialist, Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety, University of California, Davis.  Developed and implemented materials and training programs in English and Spanish for agricultural workers and their families, local clinic and community agency employees, and community members to educate them about various aspects of agricultural health and safety.

8/2002 – 9/2004:
Pesticide Safety Educator, UC Statewide IPM Program, Davis, California. Developed a community-based training infrastructure for reduced-risk pest management.  Worked with experts from agricultural commodity groups to develop commodity-specific training for pest management risk reduction, including avoiding water contamination and pesticide drift.  Curricula development, training of trainers, and evaluation were integral components of this initiative.

3/2000 – 8/2001:
Participation and Gender Specialist, CATIE-MIP/AF, Managua, Nicaragua.  This was a regional IPM program, the goal of which was to improve pest-management practices of farm families through ecological reasoning and systematic observation.  A major focus was on training of trainers (extensionists).  As a member of the management team supervised two staff specialists in participatory methods and gender inclusion issues.  Assessed methodological content of season-long training of trainers in IPM, and facilitated increased incorporation of participatory methods and a family focus into the training.  Developed curricula and trained farmers, trainers and master-trainers in participatory implementation of IPM.

5/1997 – 2/2000:
Farmworker Education Specialist, Washington State Department of Agriculture, Olympia, Washington.  Advised and then facilitated a move towards more interactive training and partnering with other entities for a more effective and expanded program.  This included identifying and prioritizing educational needs in pesticide safety education for farmworkers, developing a partnership action committee with industry and educational institutions, facilitating a workshop for trainers on field-based, interactive training methods, and an evaluation of the program using participatory rural appraisal techniques.  Also advised on IPM training for farmworkers

9/1997 – 10/1997:
Consultant, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, Bangkok, Thailand.  Edited “Partnership for Local Action”, a sourcebook on training for local government officials in participatory approaches to shelter and human settlements improvement.  This included case studies about developing partnerships between low-income communities, local governments, NGOs and the private sector to better meet the needs of the communities.

8/1996 – 5/1997:
Consultant, CITYNET: Regional Network of Local Authorities for the Management of Human Settlements, Yokohama, Japan.  Various short-term contracts.  Advised towards a bottom-up approach on project proposals related to poverty alleviation.  Facilitated a UN-sponsored interactive workshop on community and local government collaboration in development programs.  Edited publications on urban development issues such as wastewater treatment and transportation infrastructure.

9/1996 – 10/1997:
IPM Training and Extension Consultant, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Islamabad, Pakistan.  Follow-up to the 1995 mission.  The main accomplishment of this mission was the development of a training outline for interactive field training of farmers and trainers in IPM based on the FAO Farmer Field School model.  Also created Terms of Reference for International Consultants who would conduct the training, made recommendations on the types of structures needed for the delivery of IPM training on a national level, and recommended a mechanism for monitoring and evaluating the program using a baseline data survey and participatory methods.

8/1996 – 11/1996:
Participation and Extension Consultant, JICA (Japanese government), Kanagawa, Japan.  Designed, planned, and carried out short training for JICA on "People's Participation and Extension in the Development Process".  Topics included ‘Participation which Promotes Dependency vs. Participation which Promotes Self-Reliance’ and ‘Discovery-based Learning’.  Participatory group activities for monitoring and evaluation were also explained and demonstrated.

11/1995 – 12/1995:
IPM Training and Extension Consultant, FAO, Islamabad, Pakistan.  Evaluated the role of ongoing IPM extension programs for cotton and prepared a concept paper for IPM training as a result.  This led to the establishment of a National IPM Implementation Program, as well as a project for field training of trainers and farmers based on the FAO Farmer Field Schools model for Integrated Pest Management.

5/1994 – 9/1994:
Field Researcher, Philippine National IPM Program, Manila, Philippines.  Carried out IPM impact study for the Philippine IPM Program in vegetables.  This was part of MS dissertation work partially supported by FAO and The Asian Development Bank (ADB).  Also developed curriculum materials for monitoring impact of an ADB-funded Technical Assistance grant (implemented by C.A.B. International) for IPM training in vegetables.  The goal of the IPM training is to advance sustainable agriculture by enhancing farmers’ decision-making skills through experiential and discovery-based learning techniques.  The impact study was to determine changes in the learning capacity of IPM training graduates.  Indicators used were:  Changes in decisions regarding agroecological conditions; changes in ways of dealing with pest problems; changes in experimentation; changes in interaction with local and outside organizations; and changes in groups as a result of the IPM training.                                                                                                                    

5/1991 – 5/1992:
Implementation Officer, Sofala Rural Rehabilitation Project; Food for the Hungry International, Beira, Mozambique.  Managed a U.S.A.I.D.- funded $4.2 million agricultural and rural rehabilitation project.  The objective of the project was to assist 50,000 displaced people in four districts to determine and act on their own development and rehabilitation priorities.  Supervised multicultural staff of 24.  Designed and implemented a social and economic impact survey.  Based on results, developed an agricultural extension program for the target population.  Also contracted consultants, produced budget projections, prepared annual work plans and narrative reports, and acted as general liaison with government departments and NGOs.

4/1987 – 10/1990:
Agricultural Development Worker, Ministry of Natural Resources/Peace Corps, Honduras.  Analyzed existing farming practices in Honduran community.  Based on results, developed a successful farmer-to-farmer program:  Coordinated motivational study tours to view successful agricultural technologies.  Organized courses on soil conservation, green manures, IPM and pesticide safety.  Facilitated on-farm experimentation of minimum tillage and inter-cropping corn with velvet bean by local farmers.  Designed micro-irrigation systems.  Also planned and carried out workshop for Peace Corps volunteers on people-centered extension methodology.

Publications

Refereed Publications:
Stock, T., A. Kowalewski, M. Gould and P. Jepson. 2017. “Key Components to Developing a Successful School Integrated Pest Management Training Program”. Journal of Extension. Submitted May 15, 2017.

Kowalewski, A., T. Stock, B. McDonald, C. Mattox, B. Daviscourt. 2016. “Developing and Delivering an Engaging Integrated Pest Management Program of Public School Grounds Employees”. Natural Science Education.  Volume 45.

Hurley, J.A., T.A. Green, D.H. Gouge, Z.T. Bruns, T. Stock, L. Braband, K. Murray, C. Westinghouse, S.T. Ratcliffe, D. Pehlman and L. Crane. 2014. “Regulating Pesticide Use in United States Schools”. American Entomologist. Volume 60, Number 2.

Refereed Publications (Prior to hire in present position):
Stock, T. 1996. “Group Activities for Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation:  An Adaptable Model”, Journal of Extension Systems, 12-2 (1996), 33-44.

Stock, T. 1995. “Farmer Field Schools: Impact for IPM in the Philippines: Implications for Sustainable Agriculture”, Journal of Extension Systems, 11-2 (1995), 46-60.

OSU Extension Publications (peer-reviewed):
Stock, T., R. Corrigan and D. Gouge. (Revised 2015). EM 9062. “Integrated Pest Management of the House Mouse in Schools”.

Stock, T., R. Hilton and C. Hollingsworth. (Revised 2015). EC1625-E. “Choosing a Pest Control Company: IPM is the Key”.

Stock, T., R. Hilton and C. Hollingsworth. 2015. EC 1625-S. “Cómo Elegir a una Compañía de Control de Plagas: El IPM es la Clave”.

Stock, T., and S. Castagnoli. (Revised 2015). EM 8964-E. “Preventing Water Contamination and Pesticide Drift: A Checklist for Pesticide Applicators”.

Stock, T., and S. Castagnoli. 2015. EM 8964-S. “Cómo Evitar la Contaminación del Agua y la Deriva de Pesticidas”.

Stock, T. (Revised 2012). EC1497. “Using Pesticides Safely”.

Stone, D., and T. Stock. 2008. PNW 606-E. “Mothballs: Proper Use and Alternative Controls for Clothes Moths”.

Other Publications:
Gould, M., A. Kowalewski, T. Stock, and J. Lambrinos. 2016.  Low Maintenance Ground Covers for Pacific Northwest Municipalities. Peer-reviewed abstract. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. November 7, 2016. Phoenix, AZ.

Gouge, D. H., S. Li, S. Nair, M. Wierda, K. Drake, T. Stock, A. Fournier. 2016. Extreme Pesticide Use in Response to Cimex lectulariusand Blattella germanica Infestations. XXV International Congress of Entomology, Orlando, Florida. September 25-29, 2016. Submitted

Li, S., D. H. Gouge, A. Fournier, T. Stock, A. Romero, D. Young, S. Nair, C. Foss, R. Kerzee, D. Stone, M. Dunn, D. Spurgeon, R. La Morte. 2016. Life Quality Impacts of Bed Bug (Cimex lectularius L.) Infestations. XXV International Congress of Entomology, Orlando, Florida. September 25-29, 2016. Submitted

Gould, M., A. Kowalewski, J. Lambrinos and T. Stock. 2016. “Low-maintenance ground covers for Oregon schools”. Digger magazine July 2016.

Gouge, D., L. Nair, K. Drake, T. Stock.  2016. Improve Pest Management in Elderly/Disabled, Low-income Housing. WERA 1017 Meeting, Boise, ID. July 8, 2016. Invited NIFA ARDP project report.

Li, S., D. H. Gouge, A. J. Fournier, T. Stock, A. Romero, D. Young, S. Nair, C. Foss, R. Kerzee, D. Stone, M. Dunn. 2016. Bed Bug (Cimex lectularius L.) Infestations Impact Quality of Life. Enhancing Environmental Health Knowledge (EEK): Vectors and Public Health Pests Virtual Conference, http://www.neha.org/news-events/community-calendar/eek-vectors-and-public-health-pests-virtual-conference. April 13, 2016. 44 views. Submitted

Gouge D., S. Nair, L. Shujuan, T. Stock. 2015. “Pest-Proofing Your Home”. Arizona Cooperative Extension publication AZ1677 (refereed).  http://extension.arizona.edu/sites/extension.arizona.edu/files/pubs/az1677-2015.pdf

Gouge D., T. Stock, S. Nair, L. Shujuan, S. Bryks, J. Hurley, A.J. Fournier. 2015. “Preparing Your School Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Plan”. Arizona Cooperative Extension publication AZ1669 (refereed).  https://extension.arizona.edu/sites/extension.arizona.edu/files/pubs/az1669-2015.pdf

 

Gouge D., T. Stock, J. Hurley, S. Nair, A.J. Fournier, S. Li. 2015. “School IPM Plan Template for Tribal Communities”. http://cals.arizona.edu/apmc/westernschoolIPM.html

Gouge D., S. Li, A.J. Fournier, T. Stock, A. Romero, D. Young, S. Nair, C. Foss, R. Kerzee, D. Stone, M. Dunn. March 23-27, 2015. “Quality of Life Impacts of Bed Bug (Cimex lectularis L.) Infestations”. 8th International IPM Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah. Poster

Kowalewski, A., T. Stock, and B. McDonald. 2014. “Developing and Delivering an Engaging IPM Curriculum for Public School Grounds Employees”. ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Meeting. Abstract 82-4

Gouge, D., S. Li, T. Stock, S. Bryks, C. Foss, A. Romero, D. Young, and A. Code.  February 2014. “Bed Bugs”. Arizona Cooperative Extension publication AZ1625 (refereed).

Gouge, D., T. Green, K. Chambers, J. Hurley, T. Stock, M. Shour, C. Foss, L. Braband, F. Graham, K. Murray, S. Glick, Z. Bruns, and M. Anderson. September 2011. “Reducing Your Child's Asthma using Integrated Pest Management: A Practical Home Guide for Parents”. http://www.ipminstitute.org/school_ipm_2015/IPM_Asthma.pdf

Chambers, K., T. Green, D. Gouge, J. Hurley, T. Stock, Z. Bruns, M. Shour, C. Foss, F. Graham, K. Murray, L. Braband, S. Glick and M. Anderson. September 2011. “The Business Case For Integrated Pest Management in Schools: Cutting Costs and Increasing Benefits”. http://www.ipminstitute.org/school_ipm_2015/ipm_business_case.pdf

Chambers, K., D. Gouge, T. Gren, J. Hurley, T. Stock, Z. Bruns, M. Shour, C. Foss, F. Graham, K. Murray and S. Glick. July 2011. “Coalition Operating Manual”.  http://www.ipminstitute.org/school_ipm_2015/IPM_coalition_manual.pdf

Gouge, D., and T. Stock. April 2011. "The Things You Never Wanted to Know About Bed Bugs". Arizona Cooperative Extension publication.

Gouge, D., and T. Stock. 2008. “The Future of Urban IPM”. Western IPM Center October 2008 Newsletter.

Professional Invited Presentations
US EPA’s Center of Expertise for School Integrated Pest Management, National Webinar.  October 21, 2014. “The Basics of School IPM”.

Oregon Pesticide Symposium.  Salem, Oregon.  April 30, 2014.  “The Oregon IPM in Schools Law and the OSU School IPM Program”.

Western Region Pesticide Meeting, Sacramento, California. May, 2011. “Training Spanish-speaking Pesticide Handlers: Successes and Challenges”

11th Indoor Air Quality ‘Tools for Schools’ National Symposium, “School IPM”, Washington D.C., January, 2011.

World Bank in Washington, D.C. (ARDD) “Reducing Pesticide Risks:  Participatory Risk Assessment and Curricula Development for Risk Reduction”, April 26, 2010.

Western Region Pesticide Meeting. Scottsdale, Arizona. May, 2008. “Pesticides in Cambodia: Snapshots from a Single Day”.

Western Region Pesticide Meeting. Portland, Oregon. May, 2007. “Addressing High Profile Pesticide Misuse:  Education to Prevent Misuse”.