• Americans' unsustainable lawns and lawn care damage our waterways and our neighborhood ecosystems. This website provides many ideas and resources for breaking this cycle, so dig in.

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commonweeder

I am also excited that there are good books about reducing or removing lawn. In my neighborhood the Conway School of Landscape Design just celebrated its 40th anniversary. 40 years of training designers how to work with nature and the many ways that gardens and landscapes can be more environmentally sensitive, protecting resources and saving labor.

Evelyn Hadden

Commonweeder, the Conway School sounds like a great resource! I am glad to know about it.

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