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Protecting Yourself From Ticks . . . Without Harming Pollinators

Protect yourself from ticks without destroying beneficial insects. Spraying pesticides to control ticks is ineffective because ticks reside primarily within leaf litter where the sprays cannot reach them, or they are brought in by animal hosts. The pesticides, however, are nonselective and will kill pollinators and other beneficial insects they come in contact with. There are much more effective ways to protect yourself, your family, and your pets and still enjoy the outdoors. Continue reading

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Covid-19 Schedule Changes

Coronavirus Related Schedule Changes

VCE-MGNV Virtual Classroom public education events are online and open to all. Archived online presentations are available in the Master Gardener Virtual Classroom. RSVP at https://mgnv.org/events/ Continue reading

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