Over the last ten years I have tried to transform my garden into an organic (no weed and feed - no pesticides) garden adding frequent kitchen compost and peat moss, tilling it in and composting all the lawn clippings and have noticed now that regardless of where I dig in the yard now I hit the following: Earth snakes (look like giant groups of worms but are actually snakes) Slugs Snails centipedes pill bugs (rolly polly - potato bugs?) grubs Worms (in much more limited numbers than I would like but they are there I assume there would be more if the earth snakes weren't eating them all) The yard being "alive" has been an exciting journey for me as wild critters everything from turtles and frogs to birds and rabbits seems drawn to the oasis in the middle of an ocean of trimmed lawns and scorched dead earth. Should I consider the grubs/slugs/snails a problem and seek to remove those or simply continue as I have been. The rabbits I know are an issue as they ravaged every tomato plant I'd put out so far this year. But rabbits are a separate issue. Any advice or opinions you may offer is appreciated!