Cankerworm Info Session | Durham County Cooperative Extension | Activism | Indy Week
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Cankerworm Info Session 

When: Wed., Sept. 17, 6:30-7:30 p.m. 2014
Phone: 919 560 7993
Email: mcarroll@dconc.gov
Price: Free
durhamnc.gov/ich/cmo/sustainability/Pages/Cankerworm.aspx
Have you felt the little green, pesky inchworms falling on your head in the fall and spring? Maybe you have seen the brown ones that look like little caterpillars? They are not only annoying, but bad for the trees too! They eat leaves, which weakens the trees, which sometimes leads to death. You can be part of the solution by coming out to a workshop this week & learning how to control the Cankerworm population with experts from Duke University, the City of Durham & Durham County Cooperative Extension.
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