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Green / Eco-Friendly Pest Management

The name of my business is Richard Fagerlund – Green / Eco-Friendly Pest Management Consultant.  I will help anyone control their pests in an eco-friendly manner.  I will not recommend toxic pesticides. I have over 45 years of experience in the pest industry and I know all of the hazards of pesticides. My consultations will … Continue reading

Non-toxic Pest Management Consultations

I will help anyone, anywhere in the world with their pest problems to the best of my ability, and I won’t recommend toxic pesticides.  I realize money is tight in many homes, so there is no charge for my consultations.  Of course, contributions are welcome as I have to pay bills also, and they are … Continue reading

Wolves

Since the beginning of human history, wolves have graced us with their presence. They have protected us, they were companions of our ancestors, and because of our relationship with them, we have our modern day companion animal, the dog. Why are wolves labeled as “evil” animals? We see wolves portrayed as “man-eaters” in children’s books … Continue reading

Global Destruction

GLOBAL DESTRUCTION: There are two terms that are in the news a lot.  One is Climate Change and the other is Global Warming.  Climate change is real and needs to be put under control very soon.  Global warming needs to be changed, in my opinion, to Global Destruction.  There are other ways we are destroying … Continue reading

I will help with pest problems worldwide

I have been consulting about non-toxic pest management across the country for many years now. I am going to expand a little, okay, maybe a lot. From now on I will help anyone with a pest problem anywhere in the world to the best of my ability. This includes Australia, Europe, Asia, North and South … Continue reading

Unnecessary killing of animals

I remember one experience I had at UNM, around 1996. I was collecting insects in the Gila Wilderness in southwest NM. I came across several salamanders and I knew right away they were an undescribed species. I had a background in herpetology before I went into entomology. I captured four adults and brought them home … Continue reading

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