|Front Row L to R: Ben, Jason, Rachel|
Back Row L to R: Shannon Maron, Haylea, Amelia, Libby,
Mackenzie, Anna, Shannon Hecksel
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Attracting toads is the dream of many gardeners. Having toads in the garden is very beneficial as they naturally prey on insects, slugs and snails, up to 10,000 in a single summer. Having a resident toad keeps the pest population down and reduces the need for harsh pesticides or labor intensive natural controls. Let’s take a look at how to attract toads to your garden. Click here to find out how to attract toads to your garden!
A lot of weeding was completed, especially in the potato patch, and the weeds soon found a new home under our solar panel to decompose.
Thank you so much to St. Peter Lutheran Church for sending such a fun group of kids to work with!