Hometown: Medford, MA
November 8, 2012
composting; a lawnless, pollution-free yard; businesses and restaurants within walking distance of neighborhoods; livable cities.
All sorts of perennials. Volunteer trees and other plants. Not food at this time.
Not too much at this time. Right now it's just a lot easier to conform to some societal norms but to consume only a fraction of what the average person does. I am striving to create a sensible, attractive, natural, bio-diverse landscape that can be maintained without power tools.
Hi, I live in Richardson, as sustainably as I can. I walk and ride my bicycle on errands when possible. I'm not sure suburbs are the way to go for many reasons but I think the worst thing about them are lawns.
It offers great opportunities for like-minded people to meet. Whoever thought up Meetup is a smart person (or are smart people)!