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Westwood Lawns for Climate Restoration

Lawns help fight climate change by capturing CO2 from the atmosphere through photosynthesis. Want to make your lawn healthier, and save money at the same time?  Join families in Westwood by taking our pledge. Why Should I Go Natural? Fertilizer is an addiction that weakens your lawn and makes it dependent on artificial chemicals to…

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Glastonbury Lawns for Climate Restoration

Save your money and fight climate change by not using any quick-release fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides on your lawn. Join with others in Glastonbury by making the pledge for your lawn to go natural without chemicals! WHY? Healthy, natural lawns take carbon out of the atmosphere, which helps fight global warming. Fertilizer used on lawns…

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Worcester Lawns for Climate Restoration

Save money, time, and the local ecosystem by not using any quick-release fertilizer, herbicides or pesticides on your lawn.   Join with others in Worcester by making the pledge for your lawn to go natural without chemicals!   Why? Your lawn will capture more carbon out of the air and pump liquid carbon into the…

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Stop Plastic Pollution Comments from Nevada

Thank you for lending your voice to our worthy endeavor. Please share with friends and associates. Encourage them to join with us in speaking out in our own words. Got something to say? Send us photographs and we’ll post on the state page where plastic pollution is happening. Walk the talk with a donation of $3,…

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Let’s Break Free From Plastic Pollution

During these difficult times the world continues to turn and we continue to pollute. Congress has introduced a bill that would limit the production and use of plastics and other packaging products. The Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2020 (H.R.5845 in the House of Representatives and S.3263 in the Senate) is in response…

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Why not quick release

Top 12 Reasons to Not Spread Quick-release Fertilizer 12. The MA Department of Agricultural Resources recommends one application of 100% slow-release fertilizer in the fall. 11. Better golf courses only fertilize when needed; and make sure that no fertilizer goes anywhere else. 10. Save $ while not polluting by stopping the use of fast-acting fertilizer…

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What is quick-release fertilizer?

  What is good about 100% slow-release fertilizer? Slow-release fertilizer comes in a granular or pellet form. The coating takes time and moisture to break down. It is water insoluble (WIN), feeding the lawn over time only during suitable grass growing conditions. Applied in the fall, slow-release is more efficient and economical because the turf…

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Grass Turf and Soil Fun Facts

Fun Fact: Grass lawns improve air quality by trapping airborne dust particles and other pollutants. Fun Fact: Grass absorbs and disperses the sun’s rays, preventing the ground underneath from absorbing and storing the heat. Lawns reduce the need to use air conditioning on warmer days and save you money on use of electricity. Fun Fact:…

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