The Impact Of Crane Flies On The Pacific Northwest

At the tail end of every summer, fantastical beasts raise from the the turfs of the Pacific Northwest, almost immediately finding counterparts so they can mate. After a life largely made up of eating and living underground, you might seek out someone‚Äôs touch as soon as possible, too. These beasts are more formally known as…

How to Protect Your Pets from Fleas, Ticks and Other Pests

Fleas and ticks aren’t just unpleasant. They can be dangerous to your and your pets’ health. Fleas can carry a large array of pathogens that include tapeworms, typhus and cat scratch disease (CSD).

Organic Pest Control: Is it Better? Healthier? More Expensive?

Sometimes it can feel like we live in constant peril from unnatural chemicals. About 45 million pounds of pesticides are used in homes and gardens every year. And many people seek out…

Pest Control for Expectant Mothers

When you are expecting, you want to do everything you can to ensure that your baby will be born safe and healthy. Many parents are concerned with potential risks during gestation. Expectant mothers are warned away from potential hazards like sushi, soft cheeses and even the litter box. But where does household pest control methods fit into to pregnancy health?

The answer to this question will depend on where you are in your pregnancy, the pests you are likely to encounter, and what methods you use to control them.

Learn more about when you should be concerned with pesticide exposure, how to make pesticide use safer, and the different alternatives you can use for pesticide.