Taking good care of your lawn during and after a harsh winter could mean all the difference as to whether you have lush and vibrant grass or not.
Most dogs love being free to run in the yard, but the same fertilizers that keep grass healthy may also be contributing to the uptick in canine cancers.
Although the winter season is usually the dormant grass season, there are still plenty of things to do to care for your lawn.
Why add compost to your lawn? It is an essential part of supporting your soil and a vital energy source for grass, especially given winter is coming.
Eco-Friendly Fall Lawn Care Tips It's All About Fertilizing, Aerating, Weeding, Composting, Mowing & Planting
Fertilize, aerate, weed, compost, mow and plant — these are the secrets to fall lawn care that keeps your geas healthy and respects the environment.
Summer has finally arrived, and it’s the time of year that you will likely find yourself amping up your lawn care agenda.
We need to tuck our lawns in for their long winter’s nap with eco-friendly methods and products so that they will wake up lush and healthy in the spring…
Allan Savory points to the carbon sequestration benefits of grazing cattle on grasslands as an environmental justification for raising livestock…
Going Native: Replacing Your Lawn with Native Plants Benefits You and the Planet — Why Sacrifice the Environment for a Green Lawn?
While artificial turf playing fields are considered a good, green alternative to grass, some groups have declared a moratorium until it’s known whether they can leach harmful chemicals when exposed to sun and rain.