Program on Organic Lawn Care

Organic Lawn Care - (something we can do to help the environment) - Edward Jones, president of All Natural Lawns, will briefly explain the toxic nature of commonly used lawn pesticides and fertilizers, and more importantly, show us how to organically create a 100% green lawn. (Enter the park from Granny White Pike, Otter Creek Road will dead-end into the parking lot). Free and Open to the Public.

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  • Betsy

    Our program was posted on the Paddlers Unlimited meetup page, and generated some comments that I wanted to share:

    Good info that was very motivating. No more weed and feed or Roundup on my property. Ever! Ed (speaker) knows his stuff and is clearly very passionate about it. He needs a new printer :-), but I really appreciate the handout despite a few blanks.
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    I attended, but hope too that it will be repeated. Learning how to bring our little pieces of earth/soil back to good health while eliminating toxic chemicals is so important!


    The speaker might have mentioned it, but there is a radio program on Nashville Public Radio, Saturday mornings at 6:00 a.m. (yeah, I know!) It's called "You Bet Your Garden" and it is all about organic gardening, lawn care, and landscaping, hosted by a former editor of Organic Gardening magazine. There is also a website, www.youbetyourgarden.com

    February 15

  • Betsy

    Very interesting, and I have a new appreciation for clover!

    February 13

  • Rosanna

    Had to change my RSVP to a "no." Will this be offered again this spring??

    February 9

    • Betsy

      No, we generally have a different program every month on a wide variety of environmental topics. Hopefully you can come next month!

      February 10

    • Rosanna

      I was hoping for some suggestions on eradicating Bermuda grass from my flower beds and vegetable garden. A non-toxic method, of course. Preferably something I won't have to repeat every weekend... I loathe Bermuda grass, one of the main components of my "lawn."

      February 10

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