Carol DiSalvo, Integrated Pest Management Coordinator at the National Park Service and Barbara Cumberland, Conservator, at National Park Service’s Harpers Ferry Center presented on indentifying museum pests and the damage they can cause.
Recorded: Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Duration: Approx. 67 min.
Carol DiSalvo, Integrated Pest Management Coordinator at the National Park Service
Barbara Cumberland, Conservator, Museum Conservation Services at the Harpers Ferry Center, National Park Service
Elsa Huxley, Director of Communications, Heritage Preservation
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Links to the Conserve O Gram and 11 Step Process discussed during the webinar can be found here: http://www.connectingtocollections.org/featured-resource-4/.
The Table of Contents of Conserve O Grams can be found here: http://www.nps.gov/museum/publications/conserveogram/cons_toc.html#collectionpreservation.
From Barbara Cumberland and Carol DiSalvo: “These resources are available at Insects Limited http://www.insectslimited.com:
Poster-”Insect Pests of Museums in North America”, $11.00
Free museum pest videos
Pheromone traps for black or varied carpet beetles, webbing or casemaking clothes moth, cigarette beetle, others
“Pest Management in Museums Archives and Historic Houses” $55.00
Museum Monitoring Kit $ 92.00″