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February 10, 2021
Presented by Irene Catlin, Instructor at CASEE (Center for Agriculture, Science and Environment Education)

Many people don’t like bugs. We’d be in dire straights without them as they are crucial for life and the environment. Learn how to identify and benefit from the friendly ones and more naturally control the nastier ones (Integrated Pest Management). Conjointly what is Sustainable Gardening? How and why to practice it and the role it plays in the big picture. We’ll cover a wide range of related topics; native plants, mulch/compost, cover crops/crop rotation, no till/low till and saving seeds.

We are partnering again with the Camas Library as hosts for this online class using Zoom. For registration, please use the link below. Registration confirmations will be emailed along with the link to the class.

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Hlx-QQ8WSKyqrEBKbV865w

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