‘Nuisance wildlife’ is one of three classes set by Erie County Master Gardeners

deer eating in Buffalo NY winter Jan 2011So many of us have trouble with deer, rabbits and other pesky critters in our gardens.

Learn what to do about it in the class “How to Deal with Nuisance Wildlife” to be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30, in the Print Shop Building on the Roycroft Campus, 21 South Grove St., East Aurora. The class will cover methods for dealing with a wide variety of wildlife in rural, suburban and urban settings.

It is one of three classes scheduled by the Master Gardeners of Erie County Cornell Cooperative Extension.

The other classes are:

  • “Everything Hydrangeas” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7 on the Roycroft Campus. The class will cover planting, growing, propagating, purchasing and weeding hydrangeas, in addition to a discussion of the different types of hydrangea.
  • “Right Plant — Right Place” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14 on the Roycroft Campus. The class will cover how to assess what will grow well in your garden as well as how to improve your garden success by considering sun, water and soil at your site.

The cost will be $15 per class or $40 for all three.

Get a registration form on the Cooperative Extension website or call (716) 652-5400, ext. 137 or 177.

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1 Comment on “‘Nuisance wildlife’ is one of three classes set by Erie County Master Gardeners

  1. I hope they suggest native hydrangea like, H. quercifolia for instance. With all our drought this year, I have removed my non-native hydrangea. Garden pest wildlife should be a good talk.

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