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Spring Hopes Eternal

Spring Hopes Eternal

Spring always feels like a hopeful time, and a seed is the best example of hope that spring can offer. It’s the dream of warmer days, returning birds, chirring insects, and a plant growing tall and strong. A seed that you help start is a great way to get hands dirty,...

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Lawns: Is grass always greener?

Lawns: Is grass always greener?

One of the biggest enemies to natural biodiversity is a pristine turfgrass lawn. Manicured lawns are an example of monoculture meaning lawns are areas where a single type of crop (grass) is the only thing that is planted. While it might look clean and tidy to have a...

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Why we need biodiversity

Why we need biodiversity

While we’re sprucing up our outdoor spaces for spring, it can be easy to forget about our wild neighbors. Unfortunately, sometimes what we see as improvements to our green spaces can be pretty harmful to the biodiversity of our neighborhoods. Without biodiversity,...

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