A free telephone service is available from June to August to answer your questions about the environment, in particular about environmentally friendly lawn care, weeds, harmful plants, insects and animals, invasive exotic plant species, and alternatives to pesticides.
Environmentally friendly lawn
|Learn about environmental practices to improve the health of your soil and lawn, such as managing weeds, grasscycling and household composting.|
|Harmful and invasive plants, and unwanted visitors
||Ragweed, poison ivy, skunks and white grubs are not always welcome visitors. Contact us to come up with a strategy to keep them at bay.
Do you think you have an invasive exotic plant species in your garden and you don’t know how to get rid of it? We’d be happy to inspect the affected site and suggest solutions adapted to your yard.
||Would you like to attract pollinators to your yard? It would be our pleasure to help you select the appropriate plant species.|
For more information, from September to May, contact Public Works at 514-630-1230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.