North American Plant Protection Organization (NAPPO)
Organización Norteamericana de Protección a las Plantas
Organisation nord-américaine pour la protection des plantes
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Established on signature of the North American Plant Protection Agreement by representatives of the plant protection agencies of Canada, Mexico and the USA. Cooperative Agreement signed 17 Oct 1989. A new 5-year Strategic Plan (2016-2020) adopted in 2016. Revised Constitution and By-Laws adopted 26 Oct 2016.
Develop regional standards for phytosanitary measures and other documents to protect North America from the entry, establishment and spread of regulated pests while facilitating safe agricultural trade.
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