Water Perspective

I begin this column with the sound of a leaf blower intermittently breaking the otherwise quiet afternoon with it’s fueled droning. I have become quite used to it, as it is a daily occurrence in the gated community in Palm Springs California where I now live. Almost as much as the daily rain showers during the summer…

Sustainable Solutions

In our first blog post, we outlined some of the negative aspects of monoculture lawns. We went into how they not only  waste space, time, and resources but how they also prevent your yard from reaching its full potential. How could your lawn be better serving you and your family? If planned properly, could that…

The Vast Green Waste

     How fitting for a self-admitted treehugger to begin a blog about environmental sustainability in the home  on National Love A Tree Day! Usually, I would begin with some sort of inspirational quote about a tree or something equally cliché, but this is important to me and I want to get right to it….