@nytimes
The New York Times
a month ago
The Catholic ecologist Bill Jacobs sees the pristine lawns around him as ecological deserts that feed neither wildl…
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@Iamkendan
African Prince
a month ago
@nytimes Reconnecting with nature is indeed soothing 💖⛪
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@Udaplantman
L Yuda
a month ago
@nytimes As a landscape designer, lawns are the best erosion control. A positive. Surround the lawn with native pla…
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@pink_mom1828
carolyn
a month ago
@nytimes You can’t eat the grass.
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@dtweiseth
David T. Weiseth
a month ago
@nytimes Smaller lawns surrounded by gardens 👍
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@HauertCindy
Cindy Hauert
a month ago
@nytimes I also prefer a messy garden to help the little bird and wildlife that’s left.
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@AlopexRex
Jonathan 🇺🇸💉
a month ago
@nytimes I'm an Ecologist too but I don't need to feel closer to a mythological being to work in conservation.
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@sparkymsr
TheMarkRoberts
a month ago
@nytimes My lawn is a tick barrier. I don’t mow two acres but I do keep a yard for us to garden and play on.
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@notstoppingat
Tony Clarke
a month ago
@nytimes @HeidiBearKaye1 I use this as an excuse for only cutting the grass in my garden about 3 times a year. Some…
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