My principal activities are in Extension Service outreach in environmental toxicology, pesticide toxicology, and pesticide regulations. I provide information and training, in toxicology, risk assessment, and pesticide-related areas, to many groups - the general public, pesticide applicators, Extension faculty, and/or various regulatory agencies. l serve as Advisor for the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC), which provides objective, science-based information on a variety of pesticide-related subjects. I am also a principal participant in the Extension Toxicology Network (EXTOXNET). The emphasis of both NPIC and EXTOXNET is in providing information on the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment, with a goal of promoting informed decision making. Other areas of responsibility include serving as statewide Extension Pesticide Coordinator, where I deal with pesticide regulations, and inform Extension faculty and others of proposed and pending regulations. I also play a role in the Extension Pesticide Applicator Training program. Although I have no active research program, past activities included research in environmental toxicology, particularly membrane-involvement in the action of chlorophenolic xenobiotics and membrane protein/lipid interactions. For more information about the National Pesticide Information Center, you can visit the web site at www.npic.orst.edu.