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Sierra Club Program on Organic Lawn Care

Organic Lawn Care - (something we can do to help our streams and waterways) - 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.

Radnor Lake Visitor Center:
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1156 Otter Creek Rd Nashville, TN 37220
http://goo.gl/maps/HRsLZ­


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  • Rachel

    I was scrambling last night shopping for Valentine present so hope this event is repeated....so sorry I missed it!

    1 · February 14, 2014

    • Ginger L.

      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!

      February 15, 2014

  • Barbara R.

    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 14, 2014

  • Karen E

    I have chickweed, dandelion, plantain, clover, violets and a bed of ivy and some fescue. Check lawn care off the list!! Great meeting. I will be visiting the garden center soon.

    1 · February 14, 2014

  • Ginger L.

    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.

    February 13, 2014

  • Betsy

    Incredibly interesting, and I have a new appreciation for my clover!

    1 · February 13, 2014

  • Barbara R.

    Hi Betsy, Oh, no, I didn't mean to imply that Radnor Lake is a bad location. It is a good location. It's MY location that is bad (near Cookeville about an hour east of Nashville)

    February 6, 2014

  • Barbara R.

    I would love to get this information, but I live too far away from Nashville and Radnor Lake :-(

    February 5, 2014

    • Betsy

      I know - it's not a very central location, but it's free. I will try to remember to email you any information that i get!

      February 6, 2014

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