The Public Policy Board (PPB) provides
scientific input to the public policy-making process. It provides advice directly
or through the APS president, to different societies, organizations and agencies on research funding needs and impact of proposed rules
and regulations in policy areas
of relevance to plant pathology.
Policy Priorities Get Involved!Contact PPB
PPB Actions & Opportunities
Interested in Influening Public Policy?
Is there specific legislation that concerns you? What policy issues do you believe we should be addressing? PPB invites your input and participation. Contact the PPB Board with your ideas. PPB regularly puts out notices in the APS News Capsule or Phytopathology News encouraging member comments on key policy issues, use these links to learn more or find your local legislators.
Contact Your SenatorsContact Your House Representatives