Insects in the Garden Class

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Join us for a free class open to the public. Come and learn about some of the common insects found within our gardens and landscapes. In addition to learning what insects are out there, you will learn whether they are beneficial or pest species. We will also be discussing how to attract more beneficial insects and low-toxic way to control pest species. You will have the opportunity to see live insects up close and ask questions about any insects that you bring in.

Insects in the Garden Class

Registration is required. To register, contact Megan Owens at 910-277-2422, or for more information contact Robby Brockman by email at robby_brockman@ncsu.edu.

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made to Robby Brockman by July 29th.