The North Carolina Mosquito & Vector Control Association (NCMVCA) is a non-profit professional organization founded in 1965 to promote public health through mosquito and vector control in North Carolina.
Hotel and Registration Information Now Available for the 2015 Annual Educational Conference
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2015 ULV Calibration Workshops
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Kinston, NC; March 17
Elizabethtown, NC; March 18
Ahoskie, NC; March 24
Tarboro, NC; March 25
Beulaville, NC; March 26
Bolivia, NC; April 20-21
Rocky Mount, NC; April 22-23


The Association provides:

  • Networking and educational opportunities
  • Support for research and related activities
  • Forum for intergovernmental communication
  • Resources for local control programs
  • Annual Educational Conference as well as an exposition for vendors to promote products and services supporting mosquito and vector control programs.
  • Workshops on ULV Calibration, Larviciding and Mosquito Identification. 


Yes, there are 'good' mosquitoes
This female Toxorhynchites does not feed on blood! The larvae are predators of other mosquito larva