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Tucker Town Tick Control
777 Tuckertown Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
Since the company's inception in 2007, Tucker Town Tick Control and owner Bryan Tucker have provided high-quality pestMore control to southern Rhode Island. It specializes in tick and mosquito control and helps reduce the the risk of tick- and mosquito-borne illnesses. It offers perimeter sprays, in which hot spots such as stone walls and under sheds are targeted. Tucker Town Tick Control also offers landscaping services such as mowing, fertilizer programs, thatching, brush cleanups and fall cleanups.
Narragansett Pest Control
4060 Tower Hill Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879
This family-run business has been serving South County and beyond for more than 25 years. Narragansett PestMore Control uses the latest technology and environmentally friendly products as well as  integrated pest management techniques to help control your unwanted pests and wildlife. In addition to termites, ants, ticks and mosquitoes the company can help control or remove bats, trap and remove wildlife, provide home inspections and much more.
University of Rhode Island East Farm
2095 Kingstown Rd, South Kingstown, RI 02879
Located just off of the University of Rhode Island's Kingstown Campus on Route 108, East Farm is home to the College ofMore Environment and Life Sciences. Upon entering the campus, visitors are greeted by a series of trees and a pond on the right as well as access to the rest of the area on the left. The grounds features the Fisheries Department building and the Master Gardener Volunteer Project, which is home to both a vegetable and flower garden. Set back at the end of the farm is the Plant Science Center, which conducts pesticide and mosquito research.
URI East Farm
2095 Kingstown Rd, South Kingstown, RI 02879
Located just off of the University of Rhode Island's Kingstown Campus on Route 108, East Farm is home to the College ofMore Environment and Life Sciences. As you enter the campus, you are greeted by a series of trees and a pond on the right and access to the rest of the area on the left. Next, you pass the Fisheries Department building on the left and tee Master Gardener Volunteer Project on the left. The Volunteer Project is home to both a vegeatbale and flower garden. Set back at the end of the farm is the Plant Science Center, which conducts pesticide and mosquito research.