Insects and microorganisms abound in a healthy garden and are, in fact, critical to the life cycle of plant growth and food production. To achieve a balanced ecosystem, one must first identify beneficial insects and provide a habitat for them to thrive. Microorganisms, often imperceptible to the naked eye, also play an essential role in the health of the garden. Join Gar Wang for a discussion of the organic garden's friends and foes. Through her writing and lectures, Gar Wang hopes to inspire others to lead a simpler, sustainable lifestyle. She grows 90% of her family’s food in her Warwick garden.