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We would like to acknowledge support of USDA-NIFA through Northeast Region EIPM Grants
Garlic Mustard - Pull up this invasive weed now before it sets seeds. Bag it up and dispose of it in the trash.Mining Bees – Are beginning to swarm in lawns. They are important early pollinators and are not aggressive. Mosquitoes - Breeding season will be beginning soon. Protect yourself from mosquito bites.
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