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10/18/2016 Co-exisiting with Bugs Southeast Free

Malcolm Geast shares his delight about “Co-existing with Bugs” on October 18th from 7:30 – 9 pm at Adam Beck Community Centre, 79 Lawlor Ave. Toronto. Insects are not to be feared but should be enjoyed as much as the plants in the garden. Find out about his personal encounters with grasshoppers, flies, butterflies, and an assortment of beetles. Enjoy some of his 8000 insect & spider photos in his presentation. As well as being the photographer for the City of Toronto Front Garden Contest, he has won awards at Horticultural Societies and Canada Blooms Learn a few tips about getting rid of damaging insects, but be prepared for discovering a live-with-them and enjoy-them perspective. The Dave Money Award will be given to winners
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