Lawn Alternatives

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Are you considering getting rid of your lawn but aren’t sure what would replace it?

If you have a garden, or even a common area to plant things, now is a great time to get your hands in the soil. Native plants such as eco lawns, groundcover, or mini clover use less water and reduce the need for pesticides—which makes our rivers healthier!

Find a local native-plant nursery through the Backyard Habitat program: https://backyardhabitats.org/…/nati…/find-native-plants/.

Try exploring these hashtags for inspiration ⤵️

#cloverlawn#summerdrygarden#lawnalternative#xeriscape#nomowlawn#pollinatorgarden#droughttolerantlandscape

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Follow the Water

Follow the Water is about our relationship with our rivers. It’s about connecting people with our water—where we live, work, and play. It’s also about connecting our behaviors to the rivers so we understand that what we do affects water—both positively and negatively. Follow the Water is about learning and sharing new ways to be better to our water with your friends and neighbors.
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