Mole digging, and young white tailed deer

Retired Wildlife Biologist, Ken Kogut, will prepare you to handle your garden foes.


Managing Wildlife in the Garden

  • Wednesday, June 5, 2024, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Ken Kogut is a retired NY DEC Natural Resource Supervisor and Wildlife Biologist, having worked in various roles throughout Northern New York. With a bachelor's degree in Forest Biology and a master's in Wildlife Management, he knows all about the wild animals that attempt to share in our garden harvests! He also know about the rules governing how those animals can be managed and what methods are most effective.

A Master Gardener Volunteer since 2014, Ken now spends his time maintaining his garden, berry patches, and small orchard with a goal of living sustainably off his property. He particularly enjoys helping county residents solve their gardening issues, writing short articles for gardeners, and teaching new gardeners.





Erica LaFountain
Community Horticulture Educator
315-379-9192 ext 240


Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County
2043B State Highway 68
Canton, NY 13617

Last updated March 25, 2024