Insects – Good Guys? or Bad Guys?

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Join us on February 21 at 12:00 noon for our February Better Living Series, Insects Good Guys or Bad Guys? The workshop will be held in the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center Auditorium, 301 East Mountain Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28306.

Come discover how to identify those “visitors” in your yard and garden. Join Dr. Liz Driscoll, 4-H Specialist Crop & Soil Sciences, Entomology and Plant Pathology, and learn the difference between pests and beneficial insects. This training will include fun and interactive activities.

Workshop registration deadline and registration fee of $5.00 are due by February 16. Please register using this Eventbrite link.

“Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made 10 days before the event to Lisa Childers, 910-321-6880 or lisa_childers@ncsu.edu.

“North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an equal opportunity provider.”

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Susan Johnson, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSusan JohnsonAdministrative Assistant Call Susan Email Susan N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center
Updated on Jan 30, 2024
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