Front Lawns Are For Food
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A simple reminder in a nutshell: Your lawn can produce food instead of just grass.
In Columbus, OH we visit a street where four neighbors have ripped up the lawn and proudly show their abundant gardens in the front.
One front lawn gardener reminds us that $100 investment in supplies for his veggies yields $1,500 worth of organic produce.
Why even bother to maintain a lawn that DOESN’T produce food?
Imagine neighborhoods full of food on every front lawn…
Let’s keep turning the tide – it’s coming true now!
This video was produced by AP News
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