Susan Sims of Sims Tree Learning Center will be discussing ways to banish destructive critters on Saturday, May 9, 2015 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. This FREE lecture will be at the Western Municipal Water District at 450 East Alessandro Boulevard, Riverside, CA 92508. This is located at the corner of Alessandro and Mission Grove Parkway.
The following is from http://ucanr.edu/sites/RiversideMG/WMWD_Gardens:
Gophers and Squirrels and Moles…Oh My!!!!
As much as gardeners encourage wildlife visitors to their yards, certain animals can cause severe damage to plants and crops. Bulbs planted in the morning can disappear overnight. Just ripening tomatoes never get the chance to turn fully red. Stubs of green are all that’s left of young seedlings and shoots. Susan Sims of the Sims Tree Learning Center has dedicated her life to plants, trees and wildlife. She has many suggestions to rid your garden of intrusive, destructive and invasive varmints. Please join us for this workshop on these troublesome opportunists.