Ten Ways to Make Your Landscape Earth-Kind
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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EARTH-KIND focuses on using environmentally friendly management practices to produce landscapes that are beautiful, low-maintenance, and sustainable. Its goals are to conserve water and energy, reduce pesticide and fertilizer use, and recycle landscape wastes. This publication outlines ten practices that can easily be implemented to transform any existing landscape into one that is EARTH-KIND. (4 Pages)
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