Love springtime, but hate ticks? Join Cornell Cooperative Extension on Saturday, April 20, at 10 a.m. for this informative presentation on ticks, tick habitat, and how to reduce your risk of getting a tick-borne disease. Did you know there are more tick-borne diseases besides Lyme disease?
Learn how to landscape your yard so that tick habitat is reduced, how to protect yourself and your children from tick bites, and a bit about the different tick-borne diseases.
The presentation will be by Barb Neal, Agriculture and Horticulture educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga County. It will be held in Hubbard Auditorium at 56 Main St. in Owego. The program is free, but accepting freewill donations.