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In this presentation we will discuss the best methods to exclude the following unwanted pests from your garden:
- Small Animals: gophers, mice, pack rats, squirrels, etc.
- Larger Vertebrates: Skunks, Raccoons, Opossums, etc.
Presented by Sam Smallidge, Associate Professor Extension Wildlife Specialist, Extension Animal Science and Natural Resource Coordinator. This is part of the 4 Seasons Gardening Series.
Sandoval County Master Gardeners are a regular feature of the Corrales Grower’s Market offering information and answering gardening questions from the public. Master Gardener registration is completed on the SCMG website.
This presentation will focus on using native plants to create landscapes that attract a diversity of birds, butterflies, and other pollinators.
Presented by George Miller, Past President of New Mexico Native Plant Society (ABQ Chapter).
This is part of the Gardening with the Masters Series.
Authors may submit text for following month’s SCMG newsletter by the 21st of the month. Please send your document to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open to the public and Master Gardeners.
This presentation will focus on plants that are highly invasive and noxious. We will also discuss plants that are toxic to humans and pets.
Presented by Lynda Garvin, Agriculture Agent/Extension Master Gardeners Coordinator.
This is part of the 4 Seasons Gardening Series.
This presentation will give the history of common holiday plants like poinsettia, mistletoe, holly, and more. Information will also be given about their care and propagation.
Presented by Sharon Walsh, Sandoval County Master Gardener.
This is part of Gardening with the Masters Series.